Unsettled NYC man paces on Manhattan subway tracks, delaying trains for an hour

An unsettled man climbed onto the tracks on the Washington Square Park subway cease — delaying trains for about an hour as emergency responders satisfied him to climb again up, in keeping with cops and witnesses.

The 42-year-old jumped down simply after 2:30 p.m. and was strolling between the north and southbound A/C traces on the West Fourth Street–Washington Square station, authorities stated.

EMS employees and folks on the platform yelled to attempt to coax the person to come back again up onto the platform — with some straphangers even throwing down cash to influence him to climb to security.

The unnamed man, carrying a floral v-neck shirt, will be seen in a video speaking to dozens of individuals on the platform as he paced between the tracks however what he stated was inaudible.

He finally determined to come back again onto the platform round 3:30 p.m.

A person on the West Fourth Street station paced the subway tracks Wednesday afternoon.
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Man on train tracks

The 42-year-old held up A/C trains whereas refusing to get off the subway tracks.
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Man on subway tracks
Onlookers pleaded with the person to come back up from the tracks, however he refused.
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Man on subway tracks
No one was injured through the incident.
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Man in subway tracks
The man was on the tracks for almost an hour till he got here again as much as the platform.
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Man in train tracks.
Police took the 42-year-old into custody after he jumped into the tracks.
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Cops took the person into custody on pending costs, in keeping with police.

No one was injured and the trains returned to regular service moments after the incident had ended.



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