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! pic.twitter.com/WuoEU0XDfB
— Jimmy Van Bramer (@JimmyVanBramer) March 6, 2019
In the second time in two weeks, a piece of debris has fallen down from the elevated 7 train structure onto the streets below.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer tweeted this afternoon that the debris fell at 62nd Street and Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside. It hit a moving car.
Luckily, no one was injured (again). But if it keeps happening, there definitely could be injuries ahead.
Pols have referenced these dangerous incidents as examples of why the state needs to pass congestion pricing.
The funding mechanism, they say, will fix the MTA’s crumbling infrastructure.