Subway service returns to normal following crane collapse

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NEW YORK— The MTA has confirmed that all subway service has returned to normal in TriBeCa following Friday morning’s crane collapse.

The collapse impacted subway service in Lower Manhattan prompting trains to skip stops in the area. The 1, 2 and 3 trains were the main lines affected.

The collapse also prompted the closures of Worth Street between Church and Hudson streets, Greenwich Street at Battery Place and West Broadway at Canal Street.

The crane was being lowered as a safety precaution Friday morning because of high winds— and ended up collapsing onto a narrow TriBeCa street killing one person who was walking by and injuring three others.