How to avoid being hit by a train

A commuter in a blue car, with a bright red top, sits in the middle of the tracks in New York City.

The train is just a few seconds from the Manhattan Bridge and the tracks. 

But when the train approaches, the car catches fire and a woman is trapped in the car, or killed.

 The train car in the center of this photo is an Amtrak train from Chicago to New York, with the driver’s name on the back of the car. 

The passenger in the black car, named “Jane,” is trapped and dying on the tracks of a passenger train, a police officer on the train, and a fireman at the scene.

An Amtrak train caught on fire on the Brooklyn Bridge in October.

The New York Fire Department rescued the passenger who died.

In New York’s Times Square, a car caught fire, trapping the driver and a passenger on the same train.

The driver was trapped on the platform, with one of the passengers trapped in her car.

The Times Square firemen arrived in time to save the passengers who were trapped in their cars.

At the scene, the firefighters were working in pairs, working in the dark, but they could see the fire coming from a car that caught fire.

Firefighters, with their fire extinguishers, use their hands to put out a car fire on October 8, 2019.

Emergency workers work at the site of a fire at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New Jersey on October 9, 2019, the day after an Amtrak passenger train crashed into a car on the Queensboro Bridge.

Witnesses reported seeing a man in a car engulfed in flames in the station.

New York Police Commissioner James O’Neill said on Twitter that two firemen, who were on duty in the area of the crash, have been taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Another passenger who was on the track at the time of the accident was pronounced dead at the hospital, the NYPD said.

A car caught on flames on the New York-New Jersey line in the hours after an accident on October 7, 2019 on the line between Manhattan and New Jersey.

Two people were killed and six were injured when a passenger car caught a fire and caught fire on tracks near the Manhattan-New York line, New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo said.

The crash occurred near the Brooklyn-Queensboro Bridge, which carries trains into Manhattan and Brooklyn, in the boroughs of Queens and Manhattan.

More than a dozen people were taken to hospitals after the crash.

A third man, a passenger, was taken to a hospital after suffering from smoke inhalation, according to New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie.

Four people were arrested for the crash and charged with criminal homicide, reckless endangerment, failing to stop at a red light, reckless operation of a motor vehicle and reckless operation without a license, according a statement from the NYPD.

A man and a young woman were taken into custody.

Investigators are combing the scene for evidence.

On Wednesday, Cuomo issued a statement on social media saying that “there is a serious investigation into the crash,” which he called “an act of terror.”

The statement did not provide details about the incident.

“There was no way this could have happened in the safest way,” Cuomo said, according the statement.

According to the Times Union, a train carrying passengers was headed toward the New Jersey-NewYork line at 9:45 p.m.

ET on Saturday.

The engine of the train caught fire just as the train was about to make a turn and crashed into the cars on the platforms of the Brooklyn and Queensboro Bridges.

The cars were engulfed in fire.

The fire burned for about three hours.