Woman Rescued After Being Hit By F Train at 2nd Avenue
A woman was "clipped by a train," reports the New York Post, today at Houston and 2nd Avenue, shortly before 11:30 a.m. She either fell or jumped to the tracks, with early indications pointing to a suicide attempt. She was rescued and is now at Bellevue Hospital, where she's in critical condition, suffering injuries including the partial severing of her right arm and left hand. F train service was down for about an hour due to the incident. Please, everyone: Stay away from the tracks. This is not news we enjoy sharing. [NYP]
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