Two people were killed on Manhattan train tracks in separate incidents that took place in the early hours of Sunday, transit officials said.
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An unidentified trespasser who had wandered into the Metro-North tunnel under Park Avenue near 67th Street was killed around 2 a.m., a Metro-North spokesperson said, adding that so far there was no explanation for the individual's presence there.
Only an hour later, a man who appeared to have been attempting to move between subway cars was found under the wheels of a Q train, an MTA spokesperson said.
A subway conductor was attempting to leave Prince Street station on a 57th Street-bound train when the train went into emergency mode, indicating some obstruction. The conductor got out to investigate and found the body on the tracks.
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