Update: A Queens woman with extreme memory loss who got stuck on the “A” train Saturday was found Monday. For more updates on this story, click here.

Original story:

QUEENS (PIX11) — The family of a 68-year-old woman with dementia said Lynda Garraway got trapped on a crowded “A” train Saturday and then disappeared when she tried to get off at the Rockaway Boulevard Station.

“She was with her sister, Pat,” Garraway’s daughter-in-law Rachel told PIX11 News. “Pat got off the train, but her sister got stuck in the car. She was not able to get off in time.”

The incident happened about 5:35 p.m. Saturday and Lynda Garraway, a former home health aide, has not been seen since. The train was heading toward Far Rockaway.

Lynda Garraway went missing in Queens on Oct. 29, 2022. (NYPD)

Rachel’s husband, Wendell, is Garraway’s son. The couple has been searching for Lynda Garraway since Saturday evening.  

“She’s very quiet and shy,” the daughter-in-law said of Garraway, who was born in Trinidad.  “Very big-hearted.”

The daughter-in-law said Lynda Garraway’s memory started failing about four or five years ago. Garraway has been living with a niece in Queens.

“I’ve e-mailed 26 major NYC media outlets to broadcast my missing mother-in-law on the news,” Rachel Caroline wrote on Facebook. “Please share this post!”

The family said Garraway was wearing a black jacket with a brown and cream fur hood, along with grey wool pants, white Nike sneakers, a white hat, pink purse, and carrying a NY football shopping bag.

The family asked anyone with information to contact NYPD Detective Daniel Gallagher at (718) 712-2279 or the Detective Borough Queens South at (718) 969-5005 and shared an NYPD poster seeking information.

The daughter-in-law posted several photos, including one of Garraway with her son.  Police said Garraway is five feet one inch tall and weighs about 168 pounds.