Woman's Purse Caught in Boston Train
BOSTON, Mass. (KFSN) -- In Boston, a train attendant is out of a job and an operator was suspended, after a woman's purse was caught in the door of train.
Surveillance camera footage caught what happened on November 6th.
A woman tried to board the train when the doors closed on her purse and the train started moving. She ran alongside the before being forced to let go and slammed into a wall.
The woman suffered a broken nose and a bruised head.
The Boston Transit Authority says the incident should have never happened and found the train workers at fault.
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