Greenwich Village Flood: 14th Street Subway Station hit by Water Main Break

April 8, 2015 Updated: July 18, 2015

The subway station in Greenwich Village was flooded due to a water break, according to reports.

The main break took place at 175 W. 13th Street at around 7 p.m. EDT.

Water was seen flooding the streets.

Photos and videos were uploaded to Twitter and Instagram, showing water cascading down the side of a train.

Emergency service workers and the Fire Department are on the scene, ABC-7 reported.

Northbound 2 and 3 trains have delays due to the flooding.

 

Story developing…

 

 

….subway is flooding.

A video posted by John Powers (@johnpowersus) on

 

Last train before flood. @johnpowersus and I got out!

A photo posted by Jennifer Bostic (@jennybostic) on

 

Major water main break at 14th street station. 1, 2, 3 shut down. Station filling with water, luckily we got out!

A video posted by Jennifer Bostic (@jennybostic) on

 

 

 

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