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Woman Struck By 7-Train at 46th Street Station Thursday, Likely to Survive: NYPD

Firefighters come to the aid of a woman who jumped onto the tracks at the 46th Street Station Thursday (Photo: Citizen)

April 16, 2021 By Christian Murray

A woman in her 20s was struck by a No. 7 train yesterday after she jumped off the subway platform at the 46th Street train station, according to police.

The woman leaped off the platform onto the tracks at around 4:50 p.m., according to police, before being struck.

She was aided by Firefighters and EMS personnel who responded to the incident.

The woman, who has not been identified, was taken to Elmhurst Hospital and is expected to survive. Police said that they suspect no foul play.

The Manhattan-bound 7 train was temporarily halted following the incident.

Person Struck by Train @CitizenApp

46th St-Bliss St Station (7) Yesterday 4:47:34 PM EDT

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