F train derails in Woodside, Queens, Dozens Injured

A Manhattan-bound F train with 1,000 riders on board derailed Friday morning in Queens, injuring at least 19 people, and firefighters had to rescue hundreds of passengers out of the subway tunnel through a sidewalk grate. 

Fifteen passengers had injuries and four were seriously hurt after the derailment near Broadway and 60th Street in Woodside, FDNY said.  The MTA is investigating what caused the derailment. Authorities said the first and last cars of the eight-car train stayed on the tracks while the middle six cars derailed. 



The NYCTA and the MTA will perform their own investigations, however, lawyers for the injured people will find the real truth.  All train derailments are avoidable and any person injured in a subway train accident should hire a lawyer immediately.

The lawyers of Morgan Levine Dolan have recovered over 130 Million Dollars for their injured clients.  Many of our cases are against the NYCTA and the MTA.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a train derailment, please contact Jared Levine of Morgan Levine Dolan today.


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