October 14, 2002 -- A man "surfing" on top of a subway train was critically hurt when he hit his head on a beam, tumbled to the tracks and was run over early yesterday, police said. Nasad Alesky, 35, was riding on the roof of a northbound No. 1 train at 2:40 a.m. when the accident occurred as the train reached the 181st Street station, cops said.
He struck an overhead beam and fell onto the tracks, and the wheels of the train ran over him.
Alesky, who is from Staten Island, was taken to Harlem Hospital.
Investigators determined that Nasad had been riding between cars when he decided to climb onto the roof of the moving train and go "subway surfing."
Of course his family will probably sue the city for mega-bucks claiming there should have been a warning against riding on top of the trains.
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These commercials are superfine because they pay for the production costs of putting CHRIS MOTHERFUCKING BENOIT on my GODDAMN TV SCREEN! I will GO GREYHOUND! I am thinking OUTSIDE THE BUN! – Dean Rasmussen 8/1/2002 Smackdown Workrate Report
but it's not a waste if'n he's signed his organ donor stuffs and talked it over with his fambly and they'll honor his organ donor wishes, and he dies. and has a good liver, lungs, heart, corneas and other transplantable parts.
remember, sign your donor card, even if you aren't a moron.
http://www.philly.com/ mld/philly/sports/8856939.htm? 1c For all the cycling fans out there in the W (hope I'm not the only one) this past Sunday was the 20th year of the pro cycling championship in Philadelphia.