A transit worker took a terrifying tumble from the elevated 7 train tracks in Queens while doing repair work this morning. Transit supervisor Kent Morgan was overseeing a switch replacement when he fell through a path next to the tracks, more than 20 feet up. He landed on 114th Street and Roosevelt Avenue in Corona. Eyewitnesses said he landed flat on his back in his street with his head pounding against the sidewalk. "He couldn’t talk. He was able to move his right hand a little bit, but it was shaky," Luis Lopez told the Post. He was rushed to New York Hospital Queens afterwards, but remarkably, was said to be alert and conscious when he was put in the ambulance.