G Train Service Suspended Along Half of Subway Line in Brooklyn and Queens

By Maya Shwayder on June 12, 2012 2:22pm 

The G train suspended service between the Court Square and Bedford Avenue stations on Tuesday June 11, 2012, due to flooding at the Fulton Street Station.
The G train suspended service between the Court Square and Bedford Avenue stations on Tuesday June 11, 2012, due to flooding at the Fulton Street Station.
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BROOKLYN — Service along nearly half the G train was suspended Tuesday morning due to a water condition near the Fulton Street Station in Brooklyn, the MTA said.

Trains between the Court Square and Bedford Avenue stations were halted about 11:30 a.m. because of water entering the Fulton Street Station and touching the track's third rail , MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz said. 

"We are working to restore service quickly," Ortiz said, adding that affected straphangers should check the MTA web site for further information.

He didn't know exactly when train would be back on line, noting, "it'll be back soon."

 

The G train suspended service between the Court Square and Bedford Avenue stations on Tuesday June 11, 2012, due to flooding at the Fulton Street Station.
The G train suspended service between the Court Square and Bedford Avenue stations on Tuesday June 11, 2012, due to flooding at the Fulton Street Station.
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