A firefighter uses a flashlight as he makes his way past passengers through the derailed "F" train in the Woodside neighborhood located in the Queens borough of New York May 2, 2014. A New York City ... more 
A firefighter uses a flashlight as he makes his way past passengers through the derailed "F" train in the Woodside neighborhood located in the Queens borough of New York May 2, 2014. A New York City subway train carrying 1,000 riders derailed on Friday morning while traveling through a tunnel in the borough of Queens, injuring 19 people, city fire officials said. Fifteen people escaped with minor injuries while four more were transported to a hospital with potentially serious injuries, officials said. The incident, at 10:24 AM local time, involved a Manhattan-bound eight-car "F" line subway, they said. The cause of the derailment was not immediately known. REUTERS/Connie Wang (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY TRANSPORT) less 
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