MTA employee assaulted at Queens subway station: authorities

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HUNTERS POINT, Queens — An MTA employee was assaulted at a Queens subway station early Monday, the transit agency said.

The MTA first informed customers about the incident at the Vernon Blvd-Jackson Av No. 7 subway station just before 6 a.m.

Service on the Flushing-bound No. 7 line was temporarily terminated, but has since resumed making normal stops.

Commuters should anticipate some delays as service gets back to normal. 

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