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Kittens shut down New York subway lines

Metropolitan Transportation Authority crews spent two hours searching for the cats but only turned up mice. (Source: WABC/CNN) Metropolitan Transportation Authority crews spent two hours searching for the cats but only turned up mice. (Source: WABC/CNN)

NEW YORK (WABC/CNN) - A pair of kittens shut down train services for two hours in Brooklyn Thursday.

The kittens cruised along the track to the Church Avenue subway station.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority crews spent two hours searching for the cats but only turned up mice.

The cameras caught the duo, but the workers never did.

Services along the B and Q subway lines resumed just after lunch time.

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