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On August 28, 1991, an accident occurred just north of Union Square station, killing five people and injuring
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Oshidori: 3rd Jul 2009 - 19:50 GMT
Oh wow, I remember that!
Months after that incident I rode with a friend whose parents never let her ride the subway (the 6 if I remember), and when it hit that sharp turn after it pulled out of Grand Central she went into hysterics. I actually had to slap her to get her to calm down, but she was terrified that the train would derail again.
ALBERTO RODRIGUEZ: 25th Oct 2009 - 18:30 GMT
Hi, I was on the train before this #4 Express. This was early in the morning and my train was too packed. I needed to get to work early that day, and did not want to wait so I boarded the train. When I arrived to work, I made my coffee and turned on the radio to listen to 1010 WINS news radio and heard that a Southbound has just derailed at the 14 ST and UNION SQ Station. I was shocked to realise that I was going to wait for the next train at 125 ST. Thank You..Lord..too bad for those who were killed and hurt on 8/28/91.
Michelle: 27th Dec 2009 - 00:59 GMT
Am one of the deceased (Delores Pryce) daughter, and I am still mourning the loss of my mom. It's one of the main reason why I moved out of NY, I too am scared of riding the transit.
Walter: 16th Apr 2012 - 15:59 GMT
I'm working on a horror novel and part of the story takes place on the day of Aug 28, 1991, the day of the 14th St derailment. I need to find images, and any other info anyone may have that might help tell the most chilling, gut-wrenching story I possibly can. HOWEVER,
Thank you for your time.
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