NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Talk about watching your step!
The door on a Brooklyn-bound Q train slid wide open as the train crossed over the Manhattan Bridge Sunday night, a video shows.
"NYCT’s initial review concludes that this incident was likely caused by human error – specifically, the door being improperly secured," MTA spokesman Tim Minton said.
"Both operational personnel and car maintainers are being reminded and reinstructed on protocols for isolating and securing doors when issues arise," he added.
The malfunctioning door was reported just after 8:20 p.m. after the train pulled out of Canal Street station in Manhattan, Minton said.
Passengers were evacuated and the train was taken out of service at the DeKalb Avenue station in Brooklyn at 8:32, he added.