BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – A person was hit by a train in the Brooklyn subway Friday, MTA announced.
The unidentified person was hit on northbound tracks at Seventh Avenue B and Q railway station at 5:15 am, according to MTA.
FDNY did not immediately respond to patent's request for more information about the person's condition, but penalizing Megan Hovick tweeted her B train had hit a woman whose firefighters worked to save.
B train station was stopped in both directions between Brighton Beach and Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station, officials said .
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Transit warned warrants expecting "significant delays" on the B, D, N and Q lines.