Smoke on Manhattan Bridge: N, Q, R Trains Can’t Cross

November 24, 2013 Updated: July 18, 2015

UPDATE: Train service has been restored.

NEW YORK—Subway trains are stopped at both ends of the Manhattan Bridge due to a “smoke condition,” the Metropolitan Transportation authority reports. 

Commuters in Brooklyn report delays of up to 90 minutes, with jam-packed trains and many people giving up and going back to Brooklyn.

A spokesperson with Fire Department said the smoke was caused by a “small track fire.” FDNY is responding.

 

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