Person struck by train in Brooklyn; expect delays

BROOKLYN — A person was struck by a train in Brooklyn on Monday shortly before the start of the evening rush hour, officials said.

The person was hit at Rockaway Avenue around 4 p.m., officials said.

Commuters were told expect mass transit disruptions in both directions on A and C train service between Hoyt-Schermerhorn and Broadway Junction, officials said.

“For service to/from bypassed stations, please see a station agent for a courtesy pass and consider using northbound C train service,” NYCT Subway tweeted.

A and C train service was suspended from Jay Street -MetroTech to Broadway Junction while EMS and NYPD work at the station.

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