Man Struck by 6 Train at Bleecker Street Station

By Tom Liddy on March 14, 2012 7:46pm | Updated on March 14, 2012 8:35pm

Fire trucks arrive at the Bleecker Street 6 train station on March 14, 2012 after a person was struck by a train there.
Fire trucks arrive at the Bleecker Street 6 train station on March 14, 2012 after a person was struck by a train there.
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MANHATTAN — A man was struck by a train at a NoHo subway station Wednesday evening, authorities said.

The victim was struck on the north-bound 6 train tracks near the Bleecker Street Station just before 7 p.m.

His condition was not immediately clear.

Fire sources said that passengers on the train had to be off-loaded onto a rescue train.

According to the MTA, there was limited downtown 4 train service from 42nd Street to Utica Avenue in Brooklyn and there was no uptown service from the Brooklyn Bridge to 42nd Street.

The agency also said that 5 trains were running on the 2 train track from Nevins Street in Brooklyn and 149th Street-Grand Concourse in The Bronx.

There was also no 6 train service from Brooklyn Bridge to 42nd Street.

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