New York’s WABC reports:
Metro North says traffic on all four of its tracks going through East Harlem and into and out of Grand Central Terminal has been stopped, due to the total collapse of a building which had partially collapsed earlier in the day.
Eyewitness Newsw is told the building is at 102 E 124th St near Park Ave.
Oficials say the five-story apartment building was vacant at the time. It lost its facade about 12:30 p.m., and by mid-afternoon, the entire building reportedly came down.
So far, there are no injuries reported.
Eyewitness News does not know how long the Metro-North trains will be in effect. The problems are affecting traffic on the Harlem, Hudson and New Haven Lines below 125th Street. That means nothing is going in or out of Grand Central Terminal at this time.
Thus putting even more fun into Fun City, as it follows an explosion near Grand Central that occurred last July.