Man Killed by 6 Train at Bleecker and Lafayette Street [photos]

Now FDNY is heading into the 6 station at Spring St

FDNY heading in to the 6 Train station at Spring Street

On Wednesday evening, a man was struck by a north-bound 6 Train near Bleecker Street Station and was pronounced dead at the scene. It was unclear why the man was wandering on the tracks between stations.

Emergency workers at the scene of the man hit by a subway train

Emergency workers set up lights and put up police tape at the subway access stairs

Area is now lined off by police tape and they're taking down the stretcher

FDNY, NYPD, and EMS workers descend the access stairs to the subway

Six Train service was stopped for almost two hours due to the accident investigation, and emergency workers at the Spring Street station said that people were being evacuated by pulling two subway trains next to each other, placing ramps between the open doors of both trains, and having people exit by passing from one train to another, then into the station.

6 Train is stopped in the station at Bway/Lafayette

Train stopped in the station at Bleecker Street, with digital signs showing delays


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