A Brooklyn man died in New York Metropolis Thursday after an unlucky accident on the subway.
The New York Police Division advised HuffPost through e-mail that they responded to a name late Wednesday night time at Brooklyn’s Avenue M station. Marcus Bryant, 37, was discovered by police “unconscious and unresponsive with trauma concerning the physique.”
Bryant was exiting the Q practice when his pants bought caught within the automobile’s automated doorways, police told The New York Times. However the Metropolitan Transportation Authority contradicted these accounts saying he bought caught between the practice and the platform, after which fell into the tracks.
Richard Davey, the president of New York Metropolis Transit — the division of the M.T.A. that oversees the subway ― stated a second practice entered the station quickly after, nevertheless it was not clear if Bryant was struck by that practice.
Police advised The Occasions they’d defer to the M.T.A.’s investigation.
The NYPD advised HuffPost that quickly after police arrived, EMS transported Bryant to Maimonides Hospital the place he later died from his accidents early Thursday. The health worker has but to find out the reason for demise.
Davey stated at a information convention Thursday afternoon they “don’t consider this was a door incident,” nonetheless the M.T.A. has been beforehand dogged by considerations about security. A Goldman Sachs worker, Daniel Enriquez, was shot and killed on the identical Q line in late Might. In April, a gunman opened fire on a Brooklyn practice in the course of the morning commute, wounding 10 passengers. And in January, Michelle Go was killed after she was pushed onto the tracks on the Occasions Sq. station.
It is a growing story. Please examine again for updates.