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Jumi, a Williamsburg resident, tells Gothamist that she was inches away from being struck by a falling wooden board while waiting for the L train this morning
Do not worry, says the MTA. These things happen.
This week's question comes from a New Yorker who's a little freaked out following that Bedford Avenue L train panic from last weekend.
The man caught on video this weekend shouting the n-word on a crowded L train says he's "not that sorry" about the incident.
A professed graduate of NYU Law School was caught on video shouting the n-word on a Brooklyn-bound L train over the weekend, prompting some fellow riders to forcibly remove him from the train.
But don't fret! They're moving to a much larger space in Williamsburg, and still on Bedford Avenue.
A Dr. Martens store is opening on Bedford Avenue, and it is a prudent marriage indeed.
We broke the news to beleaguered L train riders at the Bedford Stop yesterday.
A witness said he jumped.
Police and prosecutors know who killed Michael Sapp, but they're not going to do anything about it.
The photographer thinks that Michael Sapp, who died as a result, was "standing unconscious."
"He’s bleeding from his head or his mouth, and everybody pulls their cellphones out..."
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