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MTA worker survives fall from No. 7 tracks: FDNY

CORONA — An Metropolitan Transportation Authority track worker was rushed to the hospital after he fell about 25 feet while working on the No. 7 subway line in Corona last week, fire officials said.

Kent Morgan, 50, of East Stroudsburg, PA., suffered broken ribs, a broken right ankle and a number of fractures along his right elbow after he plunged about 25 feet to the sidewalk while working on the subway near 114th Street and Roosevelt Avenue around 11 a.m. Saturday, according to a representative from the FDNY.

City officials said the accident was under investigation.

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