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Subway Service Resumes as Scheduled after Fatal Incident in Queens

Subway Service Resumes as Scheduled after Fatal Incident in Queens

This update is on a story reported yesterday.

Subway service has resumed as normal in Queens after a person was struck by a train at a station there.

Train service was temporarily changed while emergency crews were on the scene to assist with the incident.

R trains in the area were running express between Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Avenue and Queens plaza after an individual was fatally struck at the Steinway Street Station.

There were also minor delays in Queens on the E and F lines for a time, according to the MTA.

The train service has resumed since that time, but commuters are still being advised to anticipate delays.

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