The case of the stuck stroller and catapulting toddler still has the CTA and Chicago police scratching their heads, wondering how it could have happened.
The CTA reports that the doors were functioning properly, and that the train's motorwoman followed procedures of making sure the doors were closed before proceeding out of the Morse station.
The fact there were no direct witnesses to the accident complicates matters as well. Alos, the motorwoman said she went through the entire train at Granville looking for the stroller, but didn't find it. Finally, a rider turned in the stroller at Berwyn.
This is truly a bizarre, baffling case.