Subway service resumes with 'extensive' delays after trash fire at Harlem station

Subway service resumes with 'extensive' delays after trash fire at Harlem station

Service on the C line is suspended between Brooklyn and Manhattan and the A line is shut down between 125th Street and 207th Street in both directions because of a trash fire at 145th Street, officials said Monday.

The city's fire department received a call of a fire at 7:24 a.m. Monday morning and the flames persisted as of 9 a.m., FDNY told Gothamist.

There will be no D trains between Columbus Circle and Yankee Stadium.

The track fire comes as the MTA prepares to start a second straight week of FASTRACK repairs on the line. 11 were taken to local hospitals.

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The MTA has also ordered three vacuum trains created to collect and clear garbage. It suspended service on the B and C lines, and partially suspended A and D train service.

Photos and video on social media showed platforms packed with crowds, and riders evacuating trains that were stuck between stations.

As a result of today's fire, there is now no A train service between 125th Street and Inwood-207th in both directions.

There is no D Subway trains service between 125 St and Norwood-205 St in both directions. "As an alternative, customers were sent redirected to the 1 line which experienced heavy volume".

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