Person struck by train in Manhattan; several subway lines face delays, service changes: MTA

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MANHATTAN — A person was struck by a train in Manhattan Friday, prompting temporary service changes and delays for several subway lines, according to the MTA.

Passengers on an uptown No. 4 train find out it will be evacuated on Aug. 25, 2017, according to a passenger. Moments earlier, the MTA said a person was struck by another train at Canal Street, causing delays for other lines. (Morena Basteiro / PIX11)

A person was hit by a train at Canal Street, the MTA’s website stated as of 11:30 a.m. There was no immediate information on the person’s condition.

The following changes were in effect:

  • Southbound 5 trains are running on the 2 line from 149 St-Grand Concourse to Nevins St.
  • Southbound 6 trains are running express from Grand Central-42 St to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall.
  • Some southbound 6 trains terminate at 86 St or Grand Central-42 St.
  • Expect delays on 2, 4, 5 and 6 trains.

All lines resumed regular service by 1 p.m., according to the MTA.