Subway train collides with shopping trolley and makes surly daily trips
A subway train collided with a shopping trolley on the tracks at Fulton Street station in Manhattan on Monday, causing a fire and temporarily cutting off rush-hour A and C train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Passengers on the C-train had to be evacuated as the smoke blaze spread, MTA spokesman Andrei Berman told The Post, and police were seen trying to open the doors of a car to get people out.
Love 2 heads to Fulton Street with a C train halfway inside the station with smoke on the other end of the platform as the cops try to open one of the train doors while shouting so everyone can get off the platform. ” said a witness on Twitter.
There were no injuries and the A and C trains were rerouted to line F, the MTA said.
“Air conditioning service is temporarily suspended in both directions between Manhattan and Brooklyn after a train struck a cart on the tracks of Fulton St,” agency officials said. posted on twitter.
“Air-conditioned trains stop along Line F between Jay St-MetroTech and W 4 St-Wash Sq in both directions. The last stop for some southbound air-conditioned trains will be the World Trade Center on line E. ”
The FDNY was there, the MTA said.