Talk:Subway (Homicide: Life on the Street)

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I have never seen this, nor any other episode of Homicide:Life on the Street, nor any episodes, in whole or part, of Taxicab Confessions. However, I lived in NYC during the 1990's, and I vividly recall reading a magazine article about a WOMAN trapped between a subway car and the platform, alive until the train was moved, and responsive and alert while pinned. Being a daily subway rider, that image always stuck with me. Perhaps my memory is not so vivid; I cannot recall the publication, I am absolutely sure it was a magazine, New York , or the New Yorker, Esquire, or something of that ilk. 71.201.40.71 (talk) 15:05, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

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