Florida Woman, 82, Removed From Train for Singing

Miami-Dade Transit, which prohibits singing without a permit, considered Emma Anderson a disruption.
1:07 | 03/07/13

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-- cell phone video that has people buzzing -- 82 year old woman dragged out of a metro rail train horrible things. -- -- -- A passenger captured the incident last month the private security guard -- -- walking up to -- -- Anderson. And telling her she needs to step up the train. -- -- -- Beats and about. An -- signing -- so. So he came out and say man you make in two western journalists. The confrontation then turns physical the guard grabs at the senate takes her off the train causing her to fall on the platform that. All. Miami Dade transit says it has a responsibility to all its passengers in a statement they said quote. This Anderson singing was causing a disturbance and -- important train announcements from being heard. We regret -- Sanderson had to be escorted out but regardless of age all passengers. Need to abide by the rules associated with using a train -- -- pass some kind of procedures and how -- you remove somebody from Manchuria. -- -- Dragon. From the train back.

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