Metro-North police: Man critically burned at Bridgeport substation

They say the victim, who apparently doesn’t work for the railroad, was hit with more than 13,000 volts of electricity.

News 12 Staff

Oct 4, 2021, 11:30 PM

Updated 1,011 days ago

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Metro-North police say a man was critically burned at one of the railroad's substations.
The man was critically burned at substation in Bridgeport, according to Metro-North police.
They say the victim, who apparently doesn’t work for the railroad, was hit with more than 13,000 volts of electricity.
The man was taken to Bridgeport Hospital with second- and third-degree burns over nearly his entire body.


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