As if there wasn't enough news for the market to ignore, here is another. NBC reports that a subway train has derailed in Queens, the MTA says. FDNY was responding to the Broadway and 65th Street area in Woodside, and reported heavy smoke conditions. Authorities say the train that derailed is a Manhattan-bound F train on the express track. The MTA could not immediately say how many wheels derailed. Riders should expect delays on the E, R, F and M lines.
Queens: Broadway and 65 St FDNY on scene requesting power off after a subway train derailed.— NY Scanner (@NYScanner) May 2, 2014
FDNY says no reports of injuries so far in MTA derailment at 65th St in Queens. EMS on scene. Service changes here: http://t.co/HFzdS2ekDa"— Blanca Rosa (@BlancaRVilchez) May 2, 2014
A Brookyln-bound F train derailed Friday morning in Woodside, Queens.
The FDNY has rushed to the scene at 65th and Broadway.
The MTA reports it was a Brooklyn-bound F train on the express tracks.
There were passengers on the train, but there is no word of any injuries at the moment.
Due to the derailment, Northbound trains are terminating at 57 Street/7th Ave.
Some northbound trains are running on the line from 57 St-7 Av to Queensboro Plaza, according to the MTA.
Trains are running with delays in both directions.
And from the MTA:
- Due to a train derailment at 65 St, the following service changes are in effect:
- Northbound E trains are terminating at Queens Plaza.
- Northbound F trains are terminating at 21 St-Queensbridge.
- Forest Hills bound M trains are terminating at Essex St.
- Northbound R trains are terminating at 57 St/7 Av.
- Some northbound R trains are running on the N line from 57 St-7 Av to Queensboro Plaza.
- Allow additional travel time.
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