A person was hit by a train on the 2/3 line at 96th Street on Saturday morning, according to police. The victim was considered “likely to die,” according to a spokesman.
“Witnesses say the victim jumped in front of the train,” the spokesman said.
Trains were diverted from the area while emergency workers were on the scene.
1, 2, and 3 trains have resumed regular service after emergency crews assisted a person who was struck by a train at 96 St.
Continue to expect delays as we get trains back on schedule and consider alternative service. See alternatives at https://t.co/EyOa8lGFu7 https://t.co/TdWXhUFKfD
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