Emergency crews on Asticou Road on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.

Innocent Woman Grazed in Head as Man Fires Into Station

UPDATE: Authorities discovered a second bystander was hit in Monday's shooting. Two arrests have also been made. Here's an updated story. ~~~~~

A woman was struck in the head Monday when a man fired several bullets into Forest Hills Station, Transit Police confirm. Erik Bornermann, a friend of the victim, told Jamaica Plain News she was bleeding from the back of her head.

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Burst Pipe Caused Forest Hills Station Flood

A burst pipe closed the lower busway at Forest Hills Station Monday morning. Joe Pesaturo, a spokesperson for the MBTA, said the water was shut off and the busway reopened shortly after that. He said train service wasn't disrupted by the incident. Pipe fitters will be making a permanent repair on Monday evening, he wrote.

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The sprinkler system went off at Forest Hills Station Monday morning, forcing closure of the lower busway.

Sprinklers Flood Forest Hills Station

UPDATE: A T spokesman said it was a burst pipe. ~~~~~

The sprinkler system went off at Forest Hills Station Monday morning, forcing closure of the lower busway. A Transit Police officer said it may be from old pipes failing. Jamaica Plain News will have more on this situation soon.

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Men sought for verbal and physical assault on northbound platform of Orange Line on Saturday, Dec. 13, 1:30 a.m.

T Police Ask If You Saw These Men on Orange Line

Transit Police say the three men pictured verbally and physically assaulted a person on the northbound State Street platform of the Orange Line. Here's how police describe the suspects:

"White males, approximately 20- 25 years of age. The first subject was wearing a black and white horizontal sweater, blue jeans and blue sneakers. The second subject was wearing a dark colored jacket with a white hooded sweatshirt underneath, dark jeans and brown boots. The third subject was wearing, dark colored zip-up sweater, dark jeans and dark boots."

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