Robinson Lalin Was Getting Off MBTA Red Line Train When He Got Trapped, Died – CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Federal investigators are releasing new information about the deadly crash on the MBTA Red Line. The NTSB said Robinson Lalin, who died early Sunday morning after becoming trapped by a train door was getting off the train at the Broadway Station at the time.

He was dragged and then died from his injuries.

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The NTSB said the full investigation into the incident could take up to a year.

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Robinson’s family said he rode the T every day and they’re left wondering how this could have happened.

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“I’m going to miss everything about him,” Robinson’s nephew Kelvin Lalin said. “He always lit up the room everywhere he went. He’s loved by everyone.”