A dead man found on a Manhattan-bound L train at Lorimer Street early Wednesday stalled train traffic in both directions for more than two hours.
The man, who appeared to be homeless, was found by the conductor around 1 a.m., according to an MTA spokesperson. Police and EMS arrived and determined the man had died. He apparently died sitting upright on the train, sources told the Daily News.
The man has yet to be identified, and he did not have any ID on him, according to the MTA.
Train service resumed at 4:19 a.m.
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