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Police Question Woman Who Drove Onto Brooklyn Train

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A woman is being questioned in connection with a car that was driven onto a subway train's roof in Brooklyn early Wednesday morning, causing delays on two lines.

Police say the woman, whose identity was not immediately available, drove the car into a fence near East 16th Street and Albemarle Road around 5 a.m., then walked away.

No injuries were reported.

The accident happened between the Church Avenue and Beverly Road stops on the Q and B lines.

Sources tell NY1 that the woman is saying the incident was a possible car jacking, although that appears not to be true.

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