Yonkers man injured after fall onto Bronxville track

A man fell onto the train tracks at the Bronxville Metro-North station this morning after falling ill, delaying three trains.

The victim, a 60-year-old Yonkers resident, suffered non-life-threatening head injuries and hip pain after he fell onto the southbound tracks at about 6:15 this morning.

The man was taken to Lawrence Hospital after Bronxville police and MTA workers pulled the man to safety. The incident comes just days after a 36-year-old Bedford man was struck by a train in Mount Kisco on Sunday afternoon.

According to officials, the man was leaning over the platform, looking the wrong way, when the train entered the station.The force of the impact caused the victim to be thrown back onto the platform. He suffered severe head injuries and is now in critical condition.

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