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Lost and Underground: Meet the People Who Retrieve the Stuff You Drop On the Tracks

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dancingkitty11 (2 months ago)
That tells you how busy those tracks are. They didn't even go down there to get stuff. You guys do God's work.
Carla Lewis (4 months ago)
Very good job guys thanks for what you do
Ttrucker (1 year ago)
This is a waste of MTA's money.
Carla Lewis (4 months ago)
Usually tore up and dead
Carla Lewis (4 months ago)
Ttrucker people die trying to get stuff. Accident almost every day that's what they call delay or police investigation daily. Stop the train tell passengers find another ride. Nothing to see here and get victim maybe alive from under the train EMT and the driver have see this
Lada Lama (3 years ago)
wooooooooooow!!!!!!!!!!
Lada Lama (3 years ago)
or the worker goes on the tracks?
Lada Lama (3 years ago)
so you just need a stick thingy?
Carla Lewis (4 months ago)
Lada Lama no because the train can still come through. They are in communication with the workers and not passengers. Too easy to fall 4 feet down. Get hurt or can't pull up or make it to the stairs. 3rd rail or no clearance
Emma Gurecki (3 years ago)
They use a grabber to retrieve the items
CAN Control (4 years ago)
Don't think that black woman could give a fuck less!
Elsa Serra (4 years ago)
Great video by +animalnewyork ! I was startled at 1:03 by "Track Lubrication", do you think you could shoot a piece on this? Thanks again!
Dan Thilman (4 years ago)
because of this video more children will aspire to work at the office of track lubrication
Desmond Walker (4 years ago)
Love it, Great music too.
Tim Gadient (4 years ago)
Nice little piece. Underground heroes