You are reading

Woman dead after being struck by 7 train at Roosevelt/74th Street Station

7 trainNov. 3, 2016 Staff Report

A woman is dead after being struck by a 7 train late last night in Jackson Heights, according to officials.

According to the FDNY, the woman was hit by a Manhattan bound 7 train entering the Roosevelt 74th Street station at 11:04 p.m.

Medical personnel transported her in critical condition to Elmhurst Hospital, where she was reported dead on arrival, according to an MTA spokesman.

The police have yet to release any further information on the incident.

email the author: news@queenspost.com

11 Comments

Click for Comments 
Pedro Valdez Rivera Jr.

If only there are more MTA platform conductors to prevent future passenger falls, injuries and/or deaths on the tracks, especially when these stations are overcrowded such as the 74th Street-Broadway station. That’s the short term. In the long term, the MTA should invest in testing platform screening doors like in Seoul, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Reply
Anonymous

Ironicly I almost lost my left leg or even my life last night when I feel between the train and the platform. Feel bad for that lady. That would e 2 in one day.

Reply
Asif

Her name was Samiha Khan and she was my first cousin
She was not struck… she took her own life.
R.I.P #Suicideawareness #depressionawareness

Reply

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

‘Ghost car’ driver arrested in East Elmhurst after traffic stop reveals weapons, threatening note: NYPD

Police from the 110th Precinct in Elmhurst discovered an arsenal of weapons in a ghost car they pulled over on Ditmars Boulevard and 86th Street in East Elmhurst early Wednesday morning.

NYPD Chief of Department Jeffrey Maddrey held a press briefing at the 110th Precinct on Wednesday afternoon to discuss what the sergeant and three officers from the 110th Precinct public safety team found when they pulled over a black Ford Explorer at around 1:30 a.m. because it had blacked-out license plates.

Henry ‘Hank’ Krumholz, stalwart pioneer of Queens LGBTQ Pride, dies at 73

Henry “Hank” Krumholz, a pioneering gay rights activist in Queens, passed away on Sunday in his Flushing apartment at the age of 73.

Krumholz played a crucial role in the establishment and success of the Queens LGBTQ Pride Parade, which is held annually in Jackson Heights. He joined the parade’s sponsoring organization right after its inaugural event in 1993 and continued his involvement for decades. His passing came just a week after this year’s parade on June 2, marking its 31st anniversary.