15-year-old in vital situation after hitting head whereas browsing on high of NYC practice

A 15-year-old boy is in vital situation after hitting his head whereas subway browsing on high of a New York Metropolis practice Thursday night, officers say.

Police responded to the 111th Avenue station at Roosevelt Avenue in Queens at 6:08 p.m. and located {the teenager} unconscious on high of a 7 practice heading southbound, the New York Metropolis Police Division stated.

The boy was believed to have been driving on high of the practice automobile because it entered the station and struck his head on “an unknown object” and suffered “extreme head trauma,” in keeping with police.

He was faraway from the highest of the practice and transported to Elmhurst Hospital in vital situation. As of early Friday morning, he stays in vital situation, police stated.

An investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Earlier this month, a video circulated on social media displaying about eight individuals subway browsing, operating and even dancing on high of a northbound J practice because it handed over the Williamsburg Bridge. These suspects haven’t been recognized. 

Nevertheless, subway browsing is harmful. In October 2021, a 32-year-old man died after falling on the tracks whereas subway browsing on a J practice over the Williamsburg Bridge.