[Update below] B and D train service was temporarily suspended this morning after a man was pushed on to the tracks in the 170th Street subway station in the Bronx.

Police say that the man was pushed on to the B/D tracks at around 6:45 a.m. this morning, after an argument with someone on the platform. The victim sustained a leg injury, but it was a result of his fall, not because he was struck by a train. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition, while the suspect who pushed him fled the scene.

After the incident, the MTA shut down the B between Brighton Beach and Bedford Park, and the D between 145th Street and 205th Street. Service was eventually restored, but southbound B trains are still running express between Tremont Avenue and 167th Street.

According to NBC, the suspect in the incident is in his mid-20s and was last seen wearing a green jacket.

[Update] Police now say that the victim was struck by the train. According to the Post, the train ran over the man's left leg, and he was taken to Lincoln Hospital in serious condition with a severe ankle injury. The News reports that the victim was a 21-year-old man and that police believe the suspect was a turnstile jumper.