Debris From Train Tracks Hits Car in Queens

For the second time in two weeks, debris has fallen from overhead subway tracks in Queens, crashing into a car below.

No one was injured on Wednesday when the debris from “7” train tracks” at Roosevelt Avenue and 62nd Street in Woodside fell and shattered a windshield.

"What the hell is going on here?! For the second time in two weeks a piece of debris has come crashing down on a vehicle Below tracks on Roosevelt Ave., this time at 62nd street. The car was occupied and moving. No one injured but someone is going to get killed here @MTA!" Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer tweeted.

A similar situation happened nearby at the end of February. Debris from the track fell onto a moving car at Roosevelt Avenue and 65th Street in the same Woodside neighborhood.

A rally is being held at City Hall on Thursday, calling on the MTA to ensure this doesn’t happen again.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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