WASHINGTON — Metro riders who take a Red Line gifted a bit of a disorderly invert Tuesday morning.
Trains were single-tracking between Farragut North and Judiciary Square for about dual hours Tuesday morning following a news of fume on a tracks. Service had been dangling from Farragut North to Gallery Place/Chinatown for about 30 mins progressing Tuesday morning.
Riders should continue to design residual delays via a morning, Metro said.
Smoke was reported on a lane between a Farragut North and Judiciary Square stations shortly before 8 a.m., according to Metro.
The occurrence was caused by an electrical emanate that caused sparks and “arcing” from a lane bed, Metro tweeted. Metro pronounced it perceived a OK from a D.C. Fire and EMS to revive use with single-tracking in effect.
D.C. Fire and EMS tweeted that one chairman had a teenager damage separate to a incident. At about 9 a.m., a glow dialect pronounced via Twitter that firefighters were “turning a stage over” to Metro “as a occurrence has been announced a upkeep issue.”
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