MANHATTAN — A person was struck by a train in Manhattan, impacting the Friday morning commute.
The person was struck at the 28th Street station, the MTA tweeted just before 9 a.m.
NYPD and FDNY personnel arrived at the scene.
After a temporary disruption, southbound R, N, Q and W trains have resumed making most regular stops, according to the MTA.
Southbound R and W trains are bypassing 28th Street.
Commuters are advised to expect delays as congestion clears.
The injuries of the person struck were not immediately known.