Red Sox championship banner mystery deepens

Jose Verdugo
Setiembre 22, 2018

A Metro-North official said 24-year-old Michael Vigeant of Hudson came into contact with wires while trying to climb out of the train auto and onto the roof. According to authorities, Vigeant reached the top of the train auto, where he came into contact with an overhead electrified wire - which carry 16,000 volts of electricity - between Larchmont and Mamaroneck in Westchester County. Passengers with medical training rushed to perform CPR on Vigeant. He alerted the conductor but at that point, Vigean had already climbed on top of the train.

Michael Pellicci was on the train when the incident happened and told The Journal News there was a "red flash" when Vigeant hit the wires.

The Boston Red Sox have put up an American League East championship banner, but it's not the same one three men say they found on a suburban highway earlier this week.

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"He grabbed one of the brothers down and he told the brother 'what are you doing?' He goes, 'I thought there was an observatory deck up there.' He goes, 'observatory deck?"

That one is now in storage at the center of a police investigation.

A New Haven, Connecticut, bound train stopped around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday between stations in Larchmont and Mamroneck because of a power issue, according to MTA officials. Those passengers also complained about the hot, humid conditions on the train, with some people asking MTA to open the doors to allow fresh air in.

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