NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – It was a blast from the past for two New York City subway cars.
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This graffiti hit at the 96th St. stop on the Q (2nd Avenue Subway) was discovered around 9 pm Sunday, according to a source. pic.twitter.com/3LNvnPjYki
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According to the non-profit media group The City, the taggers worked while train was parked overnight just off the platform.MORE NEWS: PHOTO GALLERY: Gen. Colin Powell Through The Years
The incident is now raising concerns about security when subway cars are out of service.