Track fire: Subway service resumes after incident in Queens

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Number 7 trains are running again between Queensboro Plaza and 34 St-Hudson Yards after a track fire suspended service early Monday morning.

The fire broke out sometime before 5 a.m. in Queens.

Video from the Citizen app showed the flames on the track beneath Hunters Point Avenue.

Some southbound 7 trains were stopped at Woodside-61 St or Queensboro Plaza and turned back for Main St-bound service as FDNY members worked to extinguish the flames.

Service was restored by 6 a.m. Commuters were advised to expect residual delays.

No injuries were reported.

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