7 train service resumes after mechanical problems

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NEW YORK — Service on the No. 7 line has resumed following delays during the Wednesday morning commute.

A train with mechanical problems at Mets-Willets Point temporarily caused delays on 34 Street-bound trains.

The No. 7 line also faced delays earlier after a person was struck by a train at Grand Central-42nd Street.

The victim is alert and conscious, police said.

During police investigation, 7 train service was temporarily suspended into Manhattan. The last stop on some 34 Street-bound 7 trains was Queensboro Plaza or Hunters Point Av., the NYCT Subway service tweeted.

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