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Person struck by train at 65th Woodside station

F trainApril 5, 2016 A person was struck by a southbound F train inside Woodside’s 65th Street station, according to the MTA.

The person was hit about 8 am in the station that serves the E, M and R trains. The MTA had no word as to the condition of the victim.

The E, F, M and R trains were suspended until 9 am but have resumed service, although there are extensive delays.

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THE BUSES FACED WITH THE MASSIVE CROWDS OF PEOPLE AT 179ST AND ALONG HILLSIDE AVE IN Jamaica WERE WONDERFUL ACCOMODATING THE DISPLACED RIDERS. PARTICULARLY THE X68 WHICH TOOK ON MORE THAN A NORMAL MORNINGS WORTH OF PASSENGERS. THANK YOU BUS OPERATOR GRIFFIN X68

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