AirTrain Service at JFK Suspended After Reports of Fire


AirTrain service at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York was halted Thursday afternoon due to a reported fire.

Officials did not immediately comment on the cause of the suspended service but social media users reported seeing smoke and flames on the tracks. The FDNY was on scene.

Shuttle buses were still available at terminals and stations, the airport said in a Tweet.

No injuries were reported.