Woman Found on NYC Subway Tracks

Tuesday, Apr 9, 2013  |  Updated 1:41 PM EDT
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Woman Found in Subway Identified

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A woman whose body was found in the subway at Canal Street in Manhattan on Sunday had signs of trauma consistent with a fall onto the tracks, law enforcement officials tell NBC 4 New York.

Investigators believe the woman, identified as 22-year-old Emily Singleton of Park Slope, Brooklyn, was carrying just a MetroCard and a pack of cigarettes.

The Daily Local News reports that Singleton graduated from Downingtown West high school in 2008.

Singleton was seen on video at a bar on 14th Street, with two women and a man. Another surveillance camera nearby shows her staggering toward the train station, and she used her MetroCard just before 2 a.m.

She was found Sunday on the tracks, and had scrape wounds that police believe were caused by a passing train after she had fallen. 

 


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