Woman rescued after getting pinned beneath New York City subway

PHOTO: Firefighters work at the scene where a woman fell onto the subway tracks at the Bedford Ave. L train stop in Brooklyn, NY, Jan. 11, 2018.Play@SalonDeLaGuerre/Twitter
WATCH Woman rescued after getting pinned beneath New York City subway

A woman was seriously injured in Brooklyn, New York, this morning after falling in a gap between the subway tracks and the platform, according to the New York Police Department.

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The woman became pinned between the tracks and a subway car, sustaining serious injuries and unable to get up, fire officials told ABC News.

The incident occurred on a Manhattan-bound L train at the Bedford Avenue subway station in Brooklyn. The MTA suspended subway service in both directions in and out of lower Manhattan, while first responders worked to rescue the woman.

The unidentified woman was freed and taken to the hospital in stable condition. L train service has since resumed.

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