A man was trapped beneath a subway train Monday morning after he was struck on the tracks at Toronto’s Broadview station, paramedics said.
ALL CLEAR: The delay at Broadview station has cleared. Service has resumed on Line 2 with residual delay.#TTC
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Around 10:15 a.m., Toronto Paramedics were called to the station after the man was struck by the train. By 11 a.m., he was still trapped under the train and crews were working to free him, EMS spokesperson Kim McKinnon said.
She could not comment on the victim’s condition. Officers on scene reported that the man was “still conscious and breathing and talking to them,” Toronto Police spokesman Const. David Hopkinson said.
The victim was freed and taken to hospital, Const. Hopkinson said.
Service on the Bloor-Danforth line was suspended between Woodbine Station and St. George Station. But service was restored around 11:15 a.m., the TTC tweeted.