What to Know
- Part of a ceiling collapsed inside Borough Hall subway station Wednesday afternoon, sending chunks of brick raining onto the platform
- The FDNY says one person had a minor injury to the shoulder but there were no other serious injuries
- Subway service at the station was suspended as police and firefighters responded
Part of a ceiling collapsed inside the Borough Hall subway station Wednesday afternoon, sending chunks of concrete and bricks raining onto the platform, and leaving a light fixture dangling overhead.
The FDNY says a 50-year-old man sustained a minor injury to the shoulder when the ceiling caved in; photos posted to social media showed the pile of debris taped off as police and firefighters responded.
Service was interrupted on the northbound 4 and 5 trains while police and firefighters responded, but resumed by 6 p.m. Riders should still expect delays.