Man Struck by M Train in Bryant Park Station, MTA Says
MANHATTAN — A man went into cardiac arrest after he was hit by a northbound M train in the Bryant Park subway station ahead of Thursday morning's rush-hour commute, officials said.
Emergency crews raced to the station at 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue about 6 a.m. and removed the man from the tracks, FDNY and MTA officials said.
He was rushed to Bellevue hospital in critical condition, an FDNY spokesman said.
Uptown F and M trains temporarily bypassed the Bryant Park station, but returned to normal later in the morning, the MTA said.