Manhattan subway train derailed after “laughing homeless people threw metal clips on the track”
- On Sunday morning, a train A drove up town, passed through the West Village, and derailed
- The police said that the homeless man put a metal clip on the rails, watched the train derail, and laughed at him.
- Three people were injured when the train deviated from the track at 8:17 am
- The man was detained by police after passengers on the train restrained him
New York police arrested a homeless person. He put a metal clip on the subway track and laughed as the train derailed and injured three people.
The incident occurred in West Village, A: A train entered the 14th Street-Eighth Avenue station at 8:17 in the morning.
A police source told the New York Daily News that the homeless man found a pile of iron plates on a pile of construction materials at the 14th Street station, usually used to secure train tracks to the foundation.
Before the train entered the station, he put the license plate on the track.
When the train came in, three subway cars derailed-as the train turned, the homeless laughed.
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About 30 people were evacuated from the train and they helped detain the homeless-someone celebrated his achievement.
He has been arrested and taken away by the police, and they have not filed a lawsuit.
When the train derailed on Sunday morning, the front of the train was torn off
Three passengers suffered minor injuries.
One refused to seek medical attention. Officials said that another person was treated at the scene and the third person was taken to Bellevue Hospital for further treatment.
The wheels of a derailed train were destroyed in a crash, and the station’s third rail collapsed during the impact, shutting off all four tracks in the station. Other rails were also severely damaged.
The power outage affected other trains on the line, with train A stuck in the tunnel under 34th Street.
All A, C, D, E, and F trains in Uptown have been diverted, causing a lot of delays in Manhattan.
The emergency services had to rescue people trapped in the tunnel under 34th Street
Several subway lines through Manhattan were thrown into chaos due to the crash