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Moment Citi Bike explodes on the tracks of a Queens subway after man ‘rolled’ it on to the tracks

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Moment Citi Bike explodes on the tracks of a Queens subway after the man ‘rolled’ it on the tracks and in the path of two trains

  • The bicycle was left on the tracks of the G/N/R line at the 34th and Steinway Street subway station on Queens Boulevard in Astoria around 10:30 PM.
  • A video then shows smoke and flames after an R train drives over the Citi Bike.
  • The person filming is heard saying “Oh no no no” as the R train enters the station.
  • No one was injured, according to the NYPD and an investigation is underway










A Citi Bike exploded after someone rolled it on a subway line in Queens Sunday night.

The bike was left on the track of the G/N/R line at the 34th and Steinway Street subway station on Queens Boulevard in Astoria, according to police, around 10:30 p.m.

A video then shows smoke and flames after an R train drives over the Citi Bike.

The person filming is heard saying “Oh no no no” as the R train enters the station.

A Citi Bike Exploded After Someone Rolled It On A Underground Line In Queens Sunday Night

The video ends with the train stopped because the tracks and platform are in smoke. Horsemen are seen fleeing the scene to avoid inhaling everything.

No one was injured, the NYPD said, although they said they did have a “smoking condition” afterward.

The person who rolled the bike onto the track fled before police arrived.

The bike was left on the track of the G/N/R line at the 34th and Steinway Street subway station on Queens Boulevard in Astoria, according to police, around 10:30 p.m.

The bike was left on the track of the G/N/R line at the 34th and Steinway Street subway station on Queens Boulevard in Astoria, according to police, around 10:30 p.m.

A suspect has not been identified. Police are still clearing video footage from the subway system and nearby streets and expect to find video of the suspect.

“This was an attack on all of New York City that took place in the transit system and the miscreants who threw that bike in the path of an oncoming train should be prosecuted for their reckless disregard for the safety of subway drivers and workers,” MTA spokesman said. Tim Minton said in a statement.

Two trains hit the bike, the MTA said — one in each direction.

An R train in Manhattan first hit the bike at 10:22 p.m., and three minutes later an R train in Queens hit it.

No one was injured, according to the NYPD, although they said a 'smoking condition' occurred afterward

No one was injured, according to the NYPD, although they said a ‘smoking condition’ occurred afterward

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