Service operating close to schedule after rail falls on Metro-North workers

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EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — Metro-North service going into and out of Grand Central Terminal is operating on or close to schedule after service was disrupted when a rail fell on two Metro-North workers in East Harlem Saturday morning, fire officials said.

Two workers were injured after a rail fell on them on the Metro-North (Credit: Andre Christopher Rivera)

Shortly after 10:30 a.m., authorities received reports about a rail incident on Park Avenue and E. 100th Street.

A rail fell on two Metro-North workers, trapping one of them, according to fire officials.

The worker was removed, and both were taken to a safe location, said the FDNY.

Both workers sustained minor injuries, according to a Metro-North spokesperson.

The Metro-North advised commuters to expect delays coming into and out of Grand Central Terminal due to the incident.

As of 12:40 p.m., the lines are operating on or close to schedule.

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