Person struck by train in Queens; several subway lines face service changes

QUEENS — A person was struck by a train in Queens Friday morning, prompting service changes for several subway lines.

The person was struck at Jackson Hts-Roosevelt Av., according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

His or her condition is not yet known.

The E, F, M, Q, R and No. 7 trains faced delays as of 8:15 a.m. Service had fully resumed by 10 a.m.

During the ordeal, the following changes were in effect:

  • There is no M train service between Essex St and Forest Hills-71 Av in both directions.
  • Northbound E trains are running local from Queens Plaza to Forest Hills-71 Av.
  • Northbound F trains are running local from 21 St-Roosevelt Island to Forest Hills-71 Av.
  • Some northbound F trains are running on the Q line from Lexington Av-63 St to 96 St.
  • Some Hudson Yards-bound 7 Express express trains are running local from Mets-Willets Point to Queensboro Plaza.

The Long Island Rail Road accommodated New York City transit MetroCard holders at the Jamaica, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills and Woodside stations.

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