A noteworthy transportation vein in New York City was tossed into confusion amid the night surge hour when a driver in a van hit three people on foot close Penn Station on Friday evening, specialists said.
“Here’s the principle entrance where each goes to the Long island Railroad so there was a divider [of people],” Bobby Brown, an observer to the crash, told Patch, alluding to the passage on Seventh Avenue and 31st Street. “So he goes directly through the light, did not stop, went full speed.”
“I didn’t see them get hit yet I heard ‘blast’ and saw individuals running over,” Bangly Wageh told Patch. “The primary individual hit wasn’t moving. The other two I saw them moving their hands and arms. I trust they’re OK.”
The decades-old station administrations six tram lines alongside Long Island Railroad and New Jersey Transit trains. The center point is now congested with travelers, particularly at top travel times, and Friday’s episode just exacerbated the situation there.
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