New York City train service in the uptown portion of Manhattan was suspended on Thursday afternoon, after brakes activated near 96th Street and derailed, according to reports.
In a post on X, the New York City Transit Subway said emergency teams were assisting passengers and conducting an investigation after a train derailed near 96th Street.
FOX 5 in New York City reported that service was suspended between South Ferry and 137 Street-City College in both directions.
Trains sharing tracks with the 4 and 5 trains were rerouted, and New York City Transit recommended taking A/B/C/D/R/W trains or local buses until service resumes.
The MTA did not immediately respond to inquiries from Fox News Digital on the matter.
This is a developing story.