Two people fell onto the subway tracks at nearby stations on Thursday night and were struck by oncoming trains, according to the NYPD. One of the victims, a woman in her 30s, was rushed to the hospital for an emergency double leg amputation. Both victims survived, and there is no criminality suspected.

The 36-year-old female victim was on the southbound 3 train platform at 14th Street and Seventh Avenue around 10:20 p.m. when she fell onto the track bed. Witnesses told NBC that she was standing near the platform's edge and fainted onto the tracks, although the NYPD could confirm only that she had not been pushed. Both of the woman's legs were severed by the oncoming train, and EMTs rushed her to Bellevue Hospital for surgery. She remains hospitalized in serious condition.

Earlier, around 9:30 p.m., a 24-year-old man fell onto the E train tracks at 14th Street and Eighth Avenue. The NY Post reports that he attempted to pull himself back onto the platform as a northbound E train approached, but wasn't quick enough. His legs were wedged between the platform and the train. He was also transported Bellevue Hospital, though his injuries were comparatively minor.

Also on Thursday, cops say a woman jumped onto the Metro-North tracks of her own volition, leaving her small child in a stroller on the platform.

Iris Ana Gonzalez, 37, allegedly got into a fight with her boyfriend on a Grand Central-bound train, and was pulled onto the 125th Street platform by transit cops. According to a spokeswoman for the NYPD, Gonzalez then jumped into the track bed. Officers pulled her from the tracks and took her to Bellevue for a psychological evaluation, uninjured. Gonzalez was not arrested, but her child has been taken into ACS custody.

"She's not a crazy mom," a friend of Gonzalez told the Post. "I think she had a temporary mental breakdown and she didn’t know how to handle it."