NEW YORK – When a cat crosses your path, there are many people who still believe it’s bad luck. When a cat crossed the MTA’s path, it caused a full-service shutdown.
Upper Manhattan A train service was quickly halted on Thursday morning as police attempted to rescue a cat on the track of the 175th Street station. Trains were stalled right between 168th and 207th streets, the MTA announced on Twitter.
Eventually, the police were able to get the cat out of the area and train service was then restored!
— NYCT Subway. Wear a Mask. (@NYCTSubway) September 8, 2016