Woman in good condition after falling on CTA Red Line tracks at Morse

Police said she fell between the train and the tracks Friday morning.

SHARE Woman in good condition after falling on CTA Red Line tracks at Morse
CTAtrain2.JPG

Sun-Times file

A woman fell on the CTA tracks at the Morse station in Rogers Park Friday morning and was taken to a hospital in good condition.

Firefighters removed her from the tracks shortly after 7 a.m. at the station, 1358 W. Morse Ave., according to Chicago Fire Department spokesman Brian Johnson.

She had fallen in a gap between the train and the tracks, a police spokesman said.

The woman was taken to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston in good condition, Johnson said.

A CTA spokesperson said the woman fell beneath the platform and did not make contact with a train. Service was paused until 7:45 a.m. while the fire department rescued her, the CTA said.

The Latest
The Sox’ Yasmani Grandal and Anderson and the Yankees’ Donaldson were at the center of the dustup. There were no punches or ejections.
Favorite Epicenter made a hard charge up the rail to finish second. But Jose Ortiz guided Early Voting inside before the finish line well ahead of Epicenter, who was also second in the Kentucky Derby.
Gomez was a few days shy of 27 when a 14-year-old attacked him at the Cicero Green Line station, authorities said. His family described him as fiercely protective, fighting for custody of his son and planning on becoming a police officer.
The Cubs catcher quickly moved past his latest ejection — his third since last July 24 — and touched upon losing and an uncertain future. “I’m really good where I’m at right now.”
A man was wounded by a security guard during a shootout at Millennium Park.