Man falls between walls at Back Bay MBTA Station in Boston

A man is now free after he became trapped between walls at the Back Bay MBTA station in Boston, according to the fire department.Boston fire officials said the man fell between the walls near the Commuter Rail platform at Back Bay Station on Saturday.Firefighters had to hammer a hole into a wall made of concrete blocks in order to get the man out.Photos tweeted by the Boston Fire Department showed the man being carried away from the scene on a gurney.Officials did not provide an update on his condition, or explain how he fell between the walls in the first place.Personnel from a number of agencies were involved in the technical rescue, including the Boston Fire Department, Boston Emergency Medical Services, Massachusetts State Police and MBTA Transit Police Department.

A man is now free after he became trapped between walls at the Back Bay MBTA station in Boston, according to the fire department.

Boston fire officials said the man fell between the walls near the Commuter Rail platform at Back Bay Station on Saturday.

Firefighters had to hammer a hole into a wall made of concrete blocks in order to get the man out.

Photos tweeted by the Boston Fire Department showed the man being carried away from the scene on a gurney.

Officials did not provide an update on his condition, or explain how he fell between the walls in the first place.

Personnel from a number of agencies were involved in the technical rescue, including the Boston Fire Department, Boston Emergency Medical Services, Massachusetts State Police and MBTA Transit Police Department.

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