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Moorhead woman rescued after fall onto Boston subway tracks

Tamara Woodard was talking with her husband and friends and misjudged the edge of the subway platform. Fortunately, there was no train in sight and bystanders who jumped to her aid pulled Woodard back onto the platform. She was treated at a hospital for minor injuries. The accident was caught on a transit video camera.
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Tamara Woodard was talking with her husband and friends and misjudged the edge of the subway platform. Fortunately, there was no train in sight and bystanders who jumped to her aid pulled Woodard back onto the platform. She was treated at a hospital for minor injuries. The accident was caught on a transit video camera.

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