Unresponsive sick passenger

I was stuck and delayed on the F train in the tunnel for over 30 minutes this morning because of a sick passenger on a train ahead of us at Roosevelt Island. The conductor informed us that EMS and police were on the way but an estimated time was not provided. The sick passenger was also unresponsive so they could not remove him/her off the train at Roosevelt Island station.

The sick passenger was eventually removed and our train pulled into Roosevelt Island, and the platform was packed. The passengers that were on the train ahead of us were asked to depart. Well, that made our train even more crowded. The sardine effect didn’t last too long because we were in Manhattan soon and passengers were getting off.


~ by thedailycommuter on Tuesday, November 20, 2012.

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