Transit worker rescues dog from subway tracks in Brooklyn

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Subway riders are familiar with delays due to signal problems and a host of other issues, but Friday trains were halted due to a dog on the tracks.

Sources say the dog escaped a dog park and made its way to the York Street station. The dog then scurried along to the Bergen Street stop, which is almost a mile away. 

A transit worker finally tracked the dog down and was able to bring the dog back to safety.
 

Sanya Hill, the transit worker who rescued the dog, says what she did is no big deal. She says it's just another day at work. 

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