(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Around 4 p.m. yesterday, a person who was on the L tracks between Bushwick and Montrose Avenues was hit by a train. The victim’s condition has not been released. [Gothamist]

In Greenpoint, police say a woman ran over her ex-husband with her car on Conselyea Street when the man ventured out with his new girlfriend. His injuries included lacerations to his right hand and knee. [Brooklyn Paper]

A developer obtained more than $47 million in construction loans for a 133-unit property on Borinquen Place in Greenpoint. [The Real Deal]

Delancey Street’s Chung Wah Sign shop, which specialized in neon, is in the process of relocating to Brooklyn. [Bowery Boogie]

Bensonhurst pizzeria Europa opened a Grand Street sibling called Pie Smith just a few days ago. [Brooklyn Paper]

Food critic Ryan Sutton raved over Lilia, the Union Avenue Italian restaurant. [Eater NY]

This weekend, a group of Williamsburg artists will give can collectors’ carts an aesthetic upgrade as part of a project called Pimpex. [DNA Info]

Take a virtual tour of 99¢ Plus Gallery in Bushwick, where an exhibition dedicated to lamps is on display through April 10. [Hyperallergic]