Subway service resumes after person was struck by train in Queens: MTA

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QUEENS — Subway service has resumed after a person was struck by a train in Queens Sunday morning.

Train service was temporarily changed as emergency crews were on scene to assist the passenger.

Emergency crews were on scene after a person was struck by a train on Steinway St. (Twitter: Nick Haby @Ic0nick)

R trains were running express between Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave and Queens Plaza in both directions after the person was struck at Steinway Street, the MTA said.

Commuters were also advised to expect minor delays in Queens on the E and F lines.

Though train service has resumed, commuters are advised to expect delays.

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