Rail problems disrupted many New Yorkers' Thursday commute.
A man suffered a cardiac arrest after he was a hit by an M train, officials said.
A person died at the 6 train's Zerega Avenue stop, the FDNY said.
The West Side Highway was shut down from 8:30 a.m. to about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
A person was taken to Bellevue Hospital after being struck by a B train Thursday, officials said.
The city was set to get up to 8 inches of snow Monday, with another storm headed our way on Wednesday.
Slushy conditions, a track fire at Delancey St. and a power outage at Grand St. caused headaches.
A person was rushed to Bellevue Hospital after tripping and hitting a train, the FDNY said.
The disruption came just hours after major Metro North problems left commuters stuck.
More than a foot of snow fell on parts of the city, the National Weather Service said.
An unattended package on the a platform in Grand Central disrupted rush-hour commutes, the MTA said.
New Yorkers were urged to wear layers and notify authorities of anyone they think needs help.
Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.
The disruption is caused by signal problems between Broadway Junction and Myrtle Ave.-Wycoff Ave.
Shuttle buses connected Yonkers to 242nd Street, where commuters could take the 1 train.
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