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Man charged with shoving elderly man to the pavement at Quincy Center T stop for no particular reason
Convicted sex offender charged with using hunting knife to try to hold up two teens at Quincy Center T stop
WCVB reports on the incident involving a 222 bus at Quincy Center.
Y’all. You’ve got to be kidding me. #RedLine pic.twitter.com/APmVfIIoVX
— Jackie Geilfuss (@OrangeJackius) July 17, 2019
The MBTA reports delays of up to 15 minutes on the Red Line into town from Quincy due to a train that had to be taken out of service due to some sort of door issue.
The MBTA reports delays of up to 15 minutes on the Braintree branch of the Red Line, due to a track fire at Quincy Center.
Karen Adams shows us the Quincicles now hanging from the ceiling above the platform at the Quincy Center Red Line station:
This icicle situation inside (yes, inside) the Quincy Center MBTA is a total disgrace. It’s been like this since the morning commute. Hope my fellow residents get home safely without taking one of these to the skull (or slipping on the ice-coated platform)
The MBTA promises to investigate.
The MBTA reports "moderate" delays on the Red Line because of a train currently pushing up daisies at Quincy Center.
Transit Police are seeking the public's help to find this guy for an incident on a bus on Hancock Street near Quincy Center station around 2;30 p.m. on April 21. Read more.
The Quincy Sun reports on an incident this afternoon in Quincy Center that ended with two under arrest.
The T briefly stopped Red Line service through Quincy Center so officers could search for one of the suspects.
The Quincy Patriot Ledger reports police arrested a man they caught masturbating in a Quincy Center parking lot outside two different restaurants on two consecutive days - and that when they put him in lockup, he started right up again. He faces a variety of charges.
In practice, looks like the Red Line (and the Orange Line) might need some more work. Agiraffes shows us what Quincy Center looked like at 9:15 a.m. due to "minor" delays.
Yet another Red Line train has departed this mortal coil, this time at Quincy Center. You know the drill.
"Moderate" delays between Quincy Center and Braintree, the T advises. Its passing comes about 30 minutes after the T reported "minor" delays inbound on the Ashmont branch due to signal problems.
There's a dead train somewhere on the Orange Line (the T isn't saying where) and a train that breathes no more at Quincy Center on the Red Line. Passengers are not happy, but whadaya gonna do?
The T is advising "moderate" delays into town on the Red Line from Braintree due to a train that just could not make it past Quincy Center, and "minor" delays into town on the Orange Line from Forest Hills, due to a train that ascended to the pearly gates at Mass. Ave.
Seems our second president would have preferred July 2 as Independence Day, although that would have deprived us of that story about him and Jefferson both dying within hours of each other on the national holiday.
David Parsons captured the Adams mural in Quincy.
Copyright David Parsons. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Between Quincy Center and Quincy Adams, Peter Wilson reports. The Quincy Fire Department is on scene to help with evacuation. WCVB reports the train was stuck for two hours.
Scott H took photos at the scene.
Passengers getting on escape bus.
Meanwhile, Brian reported from the Orange Line around 8:35 a.m.:
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