BOSTON – Two women injured when a Boston subway train struck the rear of another trolley have sued the transit agency and the train operator.
A lawyer for Rebecca Bishop says the Lynn woman fractured her pelvis in the May 8 crash.
Another woman, Jennifer Levi of Brookline, who is pregnant, suffered a wrist injury and is concerned about the health of her unborn child.
The separate suits filed in Suffolk Superior Court last month seek "ample compensation" but don't name a dollar amount.
Investigators say 62 people were hurt in the accident.
The driver, Aiden Quinn, pleaded not guilty to gross negligence Monday. Officials say he was sending a text message at the time of the crash.
A spokesman for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority says the agency does not comment on pending litigation.