L.A. NOW

Southern California -- this just in

« Previous Post | L.A. NOW Home | Next Post »

Pedestrian rescued from under Red Line train in North Hollywood

September 4, 2012 |  2:35 pm

North Hollywood Metro Red Line Station
Los Angeles firefighters Tuesday afternoon extricated a person who was hit by a Metro Red Line subway car in North Hollywood and became stuck underneath.

The victim was being taken to a hospital.

Firefighters responded to 5350 Lankershim Blvd. about 1:40 p.m. and worked with transportation officials to shut off power to the train's "third rail" so they could make the rescue.

One firefighter suffered a minor injury in the effort. No further details were immediately available.

ALSO

L.A. probation officer arrested in alleged workers' comp fraud

Career criminal Doris Thomspon, 82, charged in new burglaries

Forest fire near Los Angeles: Fight hampered by steep, rugged terrain

--Martha Groves

Photo: The Metro Red Line subway station in North Hollywood was shut down after a train hit a pedestrian. Credit: Los Angeles Fire Department

Comments 

Advertisement










Video