F train stalls leaving hundreds stranded underground

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F train service is back to normal Saturday after a broken track stranded hundreds of passengers.

The Brooklyn bound train came to a halt just after 7 Friday night near the west 4th Street station.

Nearly 1,300 passengers were stuck for two hours.

The MTA sent a rescue train but said not everyone got on.

Riders later took to Twitter to say the train left early and left passengers behind.

The stuck train was towed into the nearest station around 9 o’clock.


1 Comment

  • Mike

    Passengers were probably left behind because they were more focused on their electronic devises than listening to MTA instructions.

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