J and M train service into Manhattan was suspended Thursday afternoon after a man was struck by a J train at the Canal Street station, according to the MTA.
Service on both lines has since resumed, but expect delays.
The man was struck by a J train on southbound tracks at about 3 p.m. and remains in critical condition, according to police. A spokesman for the NYPD said the unidentified man did not appear to be a victim of a crime.
J train service has been terminated in both directions between Delancey St-Essex Street and Broad Street stations. M train service has been suspended between Broadway Junction and Chambers Street in both directions.