MTA to honor hero subway operator who died saving riders in arson-sparked tunnel fire

MTA officials on Monday announced plans to dedicate a Brooklyn subway station to honor Garrett Goble, a motorman who lost his life in March while saving straphangers from a train fire sparked by a crazed arsonist.

The honor — which will include a commemorative plaque and art installation at the Flatbush Ave.- Brooklyn College train terminal— is the latest bit of closure for Goble’s widow Delilah, who for the last nine months has fought for justice for her husband.

MTA officials on Monday announced plans to dedicate a Brooklyn subway station to honor Garrett Goble, pictured, a motorman who lost his life in March while saving straphangers from a train fire sparked by a crazed arsonist. MTA officials on Monday announced plans to dedicate a Brooklyn subway station […]

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