Protests delay medical treatment for injured MTA worker

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BROOKLYN (PIX11) — An ambulance carrying an injured MTA worker was diverted Saturday night due to traffic caused by Millions March demonstrations, according to the NYPD.

The 50-year-old MTA worker suffered injuries while operating a work train at a Brooklyn station, the Daily News reported.

When EMS arrived to treat the man, they were originally planning to take him to Bellevue Hospital, but he was diverted to Lutheran Hospital, the NYPD confirmed. He was treated and released, the MTA told PIX11 News.

The incident is under investigation.

1 Comment

  • Johnnie

    Nice going protestors. Leave it alone already you are just giving them what they want. You are making yourselves look bad… be more formal about the whole situation

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