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"If someone were to push me, I think I would have fallen."
New York City Transit President Andy Byford said he was "on the warpath" about the oversight.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. Saturday night on the elevated track near Queensboro Plaza.
'It is shocking that this even needs to be said, but people shouldn’t have to be scared to pass underneath the 7 train.'
Commuters planning on getting to Manhattan this morning by way of Queens are advised to transfer to the Long Island Railroad, or just turn back now and go back to bed.
Another close call under the 7 train.
"Why aren't we trying to fix it before a bigger tragedy happens?"
Also, in a separate incident, a dog who was trying to get to work today was taken into police custody.
'We have no faith and confidence that the MTA has truly inspected every inch of elevated subway tracks in the city of New York. It isn't just the 7 line. It's all of the lines.'
The alleged gropings occurred just over a week apart.
'No one injured but someone is going to get killed here @MTA!'
'Luckily the driver was ok, but apparently he dropped someone off at Jollibee, was driving down Roosevelt, then this came right through his windshield around 65th. Thank God no one was hurt!'
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