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NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — A quick thinking subway booth clerk saved a man from committing suicide by cutting power to the tracks before the train approached. At first, Goodman said he tried to talk to the man, but that’s when Goodman said he saw the train coming their way, so he quickly ran and cut the power to the approaching train.
Sophia HallThis is a real dream for a girl from a small Ohio city -- to work for the greatest news station in the country, WCBS -- but it was a little journey for me to get here. Giant caverns have been excavated under New York as work continues on the monumental Second Avenue Subway project.
Over two miles of tunnels are being built across the city as planners aim to reduce connection on New York's transport network. Planners predict an extra 200,000 people will be transported on the system when it is finished.

The expansion of the network was originally proposed in the 1920s but was shelved due to the Great Depression and World War II. Several stretches of tunnels with tracks were built in the 1970s but once more was put on hold because of a lack of funds. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. The stunning images released by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority show the scale of the task as concrete is mined and blasted up to 27 meters below ground. The 86th Street Station is being mined, which is an added challenge because of the number of high-value properties at street level.
Authorities say travel times and conditions for city and suburban commuters will be improved by the new lines.A Travel from the Upper East Side is expected to be ten minutes faster and divert 23,500 riders a day from the overcrowded Lexington Avenue Line.

The giant underground caves will one day be the city's 86th Street Station - one of the three being built in the $4.45billion project. Construction work continues up to 24 hours a day, with the majority of New Yorkers unaware of the mammoth feat carrying on underground.
For 50 years, 1010 WINS has been a news and information utility for the New York metropolitan area. It will include the new 86th Street Station and new stations on 96th and 72nd Streets and new entrances to the existing Lexington Avenue station.

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