Brooklyn Subway Track Caught on Fire
Brooklyn, NYC – A Brooklyn subway track was caught on fire due to an alleged malfunctioning 60-year-old power cable on JMZ lines near Kosciuszko Street at around 8:00 a.m. Thursday. The blaze caused some major subway delays. No injuries were immediately reported.
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