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Man in critical condition after jumping in front of train at Forest Hills subway station

Jan. 25, 2017 By Hannah Wulkan

A man is in critical condition after jumping in front of an F train in Forest Hills earlier today.

According to an NYPD spokesman, a 42-year-old man jumped in front of a moving F train around 10:15 this morning in the Forest Hills-71st Continental Ave. station.

The man was taken to Jamaica Hospital for treatment and is in critical condition, with lacerations to his left leg and hand, as well as trauma to the back of his head.

E, F, M, and R train service was disrupted but has resumed with delays since the incident.


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Mikhail B

If anyone witnessed this terrible accident please, let us know. The young man didn’t show any signs of depression to finish his life this way!

Pedro Valdez Rivera Jr.

The NYC Subway System, one of the easiest places for a struggling someone to end a life without purpose: Suicides number statistics are always rampant in the past several years or so.


Dear Hanna or whom it may concern, i am a close relative to that man, contacting you on behalh of his 82-year-old father. We still don’t know what exactly happened. But we beleive that our relative who is still in critical condition could not do it to himself voluntary. Please let us know any details about it or anybody who happened to wittness the tragedy.


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