By David Brand
Stand clear of the closing doors — and look out below.
Another piece of debris fell from the No. 7 train tracks on Wednesday, this time shattering the windshield of a red Ford Explorer moving along Roosevelt Avenue near 61st Street in Woodside.
It was the second time in two weeks that a piece of debris fell from the elevated tracks and smashed into a car. Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer was incensed.
“What the hell is going on here?! For the second time in two weeks a piece of debris has come crashing down on a vehicle Below tracks on Roosevelt Ave., this time at 62nd street. The car was occupied and moving. No one injured but someone is going to get killed here,” Van Bramer wrote on Twitter.
Last month, a wooden spike fell from the tracks and impaled the driver’s seat of a parked car. This time, it was a piece of metal debris.
No one was injured in either incident.
“We must hold the MTA accountable and fix our crumbling infrastructure before someone is killed,” he said in a statement.