A piece of wood stored along an elevated portion of the 7 train somehow became dislodged and fell through the windshield of a moving car on Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside near 65th Street on the afternoon of February 21st. Thankfully, the driver was unhurt and there were no passengers in the car. According to the NY Post, “The old wood was stored on a storage platform workers had built below the tracks, said MTA officials, who added that they dismantled the shelf after the harrowing incident.” Then on March 6, after everything had been inspected, a piece of metal debris crashed down onto a car, cracking its windshield.