Subway service resumes with ‘extensive’ delays after trash fire at Harlem station

MANHATTAN — Trains are running again on the A, B, C and D lines after a trash fire at a Harlem subway station snarled the commute during the Monday morning rush-hour.

Riders should expect "extensive delays," the MTA said in a 9:49 a.m. update.

A report of a trash fire near 145th Street was made at 7:24 a.m., FDNY said. It suspended service on the B and C lines, and partially suspended A and D train service.

More than two hours later, the affected trains were running again.

A sick customer at Grand Street also temporarily slowed service restoration for the B and D trains, MTA said around 8:45 a.m.