Almost three dozen of people were injured on Tuesday amid New York City subway train derailmant, the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) said in a message, Sputnik reported.
Several passengers had to be evacuated from trains the were stuck because of the derailment.
Kopp said one passenger was able to kick a train vehicle door open to get into another auto, but that one was also locked.
The Fire Department of NY said three patients were being treated for minor injuries.
MTA officials said the derailment caused damage to the tracks and the switch system, and emergency repairs are required.
The fire and police departments conducted a joint operation - involving 300 responders - in order to round up the passengers and bring them above ground, Nigro said.
C Subway train service is suspended between Euclid Av and 168 St in both directions.
"The MTA workers told us that we were lucky enough that two cars had pulled into the station so we wouldn't have to trek through the tracks".
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"This, to the best of my knowledge, does not look like a failure on the part of equipment, does not look like a failure on the part of the track itself", Lhota said.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) confirmed that a train derailed and seven people suffered from non-life-threatening injuries.
The MTA is still investigating the cause of Monday's derailment, which prompted about 500 people to evacuate four trains in Harlem, according to the FDNY. "Shortly after, we smelled a strong gas smell".
"Riders on the A train had a terrifying experience this morning when a train derailed", John Raskin, executive director of the Riders Alliance, said in a statement. Initially people panicked a little bit then and we realized we had to move.
It's clear we have an outdated and crumbling public transit system.
A report released earlier this month found that rush-hour cancellations and delays on the railroad are at the highest level in ten years.
It also comes less than two weeks before the start of Amtrak's summer-long work to fix aging infrastructure at New York Penn Station, a project that is expected to increase subway volume as commuters seek alternatives.