UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — A man was fatally struck by a 6-train, causing rush-hour service to be “severely impacted” Wednesday morning, officials said.
The man was hit by a Brooklyn-bound train at the 77th Street station just before 8 a.m., officials said. No other identifying information has been released for the individual. The man appears to have jumped in front of the train.
Rush-hour service was “severely impacted,” according to the MTA. Commuters on the 4, 5 and 6-trains experienced extensive delays. Subway service is back to normal on all lines, except for the 4-train, which is undergoing planned work.