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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Not good at all


The finally released those passengers in the first car. I believe they held them due to the fact they were all being questioned. THe guy jumped out of the first car and from what I can tell they found his body up against the train near the last car. He must have got sandwiched in somehow. THey are now looking along the sides of the train with flashlights. I don't want to even imagine what they are looking for...


9 comments:

  1. They are out on the platform now with buckets cleaning up the platform.

    Very sad. My thoughts are with this person's family.

    Hopefully the news will have something on this in the morning. None of them carried the story tonight.

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  2. OH no! He died? I feel terrible. I thought this was another stupid kid with stupid attempt. I feel such an a--hole.

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  3. Item says severely injured so I hope he made it.

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  4. Joe Pesaturo at the MBTA said this morning the man survived and that his injuries are "not considered life-threatening."

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  5. Thanks Adam.

    None of the news orgs are reporting on it.

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  6. This just in: He didn't jump, he fell.

    MBTA says he was a homeless guy from Revere who'd been causing a ruckus all the way up from Boston. As the train started moving out of the station, he was in the vestibule and fell out. Left arm got cut; fellow passengers applied a tourniquet to keep him alive. Was taken to Mass. General.

    Transit Police report.

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  7. So, someone commented either here or Facebook that the guy got up headed towards the door, then came back in to the car and sat down, then jumped up again and headed out. "Fell" seems a little different. This is the same MBTA that described him as "ill."

    I can't seem to get to that link.

    -Corey

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  8. I did get to the link. He fell after he "exited" The exit was a jump from the then moving train.

    He is alive. We can go back to making fun of him, readers.

    -Corey

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