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Watch A Miami Security Guard Drag An 82-Year-Old Singing Woman Off A Train

“He snatched so hard until I fell. I fell backwards.”

The video was taken last month; now the family of Emma Anderson, who apparently suffered a bruised hip and shoulder, may take legal action.

Miami-Dade Transit issued the following statement to Local10:

Miami-Dade Transit has a responsibility to all its passengers to provide a safe and comfortable travel experience. The elderly passenger, Ms. Anderson, who was escorted from a Metrorail train, was initially asked by a security guard to refrain from singing loudly and playing an instrument while on the train.

She refused to comply. County rules associated with transit use prohibit anyone from singing, dancing or playing a musical instrument unless a commercial permit is issued by MDT. Further, Ms. Anderson’s singing was causing a disturbance to other passengers and impeding important train announcements from being heard.

We regret that Ms. Anderson had to eventually be escorted out, but regardless of age, all passengers need to abide by the rules associated with using transit.

See Anderson’s interview with ABC below:

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Jessica Testa is a national reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
Contact Jessica Testa at jessica.testa@buzzfeed.com.
 
 
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