The year on the T: People on the tracks edition
Red Line service was halted when a shirtless guy jumped on the inbound Red Line tracks at Andrew and went for a jog down the tracks underneath South Boston. He was never found.
A woman failed to stop walking at Broadway station until she fell onto the tracks:
Ten days later, another woman walked off the platform at Andrew:
Somebody else also fell on the tracks at Mass. Ave. on the Orange Line.
Guy walking on the Orange Line tracks outside Malden Center got hit by a train, but lived.
An out-of-towner fell on the tracks at Kendall.
Somebody fell on the Orange Line tracks at Wellington.
A man who "suddenly entered" the Blue Line tracks at Maverick was hit by a train and died.
Commuter-rail trains out of Back Bay were delayed by napper.
A woman fell on Orange Line tracks at State Street - managed to wedge herself into one of those cutouts just as a train came into the station.
OK, not on the tracks, but that woman tried to ride her motorized wheelchair up the escalator at Broadway. It did not end well. A man who rode his bike up the escalator at Forest Hills spilled his coffee.
An out-of-town man fell on Red Line tracks at Central Square, was pulled to safety:
A man slipped under a Green Line train at Haymarket; bystanders alerted the driver to not go: