Subway suicide drama in Park Slope • Brooklyn Paper

Subway suicide drama in Park Slope

Cops carry the man’s body up the stairs from the Seventh Avenue subway station. The F train was suspended for two hours this morning.
The Brooklyn Paper / Will Yakowicz

F and G train service in Brownstone Brooklyn was disrupted for two hours this morning after a man jumped in front of an incoming train at the Seventh Avenue station at around 7:35 am.

Police called it a suicide, but an investigation is ongoing. The man’s identity was withheld pending family notification, police said.

The unidentified man jumped in front of a Queens-bound G train. He died instantly, cops said, and service on both lines was suspended through 8:55 am.

The conductor was hospitalized for mental trauma.

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