F-train riders had to walk through three trains to get to a Queens platform during the Friday morning rush hour when a man fell on the tracks and refused to be moved, MTA officials said.
The emotionally disturbed man fell onto the northbound tracks at the Jackson Heights–Roosevelt Avenue station at about 9:45 a.m., breaking his ankle. But when emergency services arrived to help the man, he became belligerent and refused service.
Three trains were backed up behind the station, and MTA officials had to lead some riders through all three trains to get to the station platform.
Then at 10:15, a rider suffered a medical issue in an E train at the same station and is cars had to be evacuated.
Trains on the E, F, M and R lines were delayed until about 11 a.m.
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