MTA train yard on ‘fire watch’ due to ‘insufficient’ water supply

An MTA train yard in Upper Manhattan is on “fire watch” after investigators discovered the facility lacks sufficient water to power its sprinklers and fire hydrants in the event of a blaze, the MTA Inspector General said Wednesday.

Tests conducted by outside contractors in March found two fire pumps at the 207th Street Yard “failed immediately” due insufficient water levels, the IG’s office said in a report that accused transit officials of failing to conduct required annual tests on all but one fire pump at the site last year.

“Fire suppression personnel do not have the proper training either to perform fire pump tests adequately or to

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