Sensors added to Muni train doors after dragging

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Two months after a train dragged a woman onto the tracks, MUNI says its door problems are fixed.

Muni has added sensors to train doors to detect if there is something or someone blocking the door.

VIDEO: Woman dragged by San Francisco Muni train after getting hand caught in door

In April a woman was dragged after getting her hand caught in a closing door. A coupler failure had forced Muni to run new trains as single cars.

There have been a total of three incidents since November of 2017 involving the back doors in which passengers were injured.

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