200 Evacuated From Boston T After Small Fire
Service on Boston's MBTA Orange Line was briefly interrupted and around 200 passengers evacuated after a small fire broke out on the tracks just south of the Chinatown station.
MBTA spokesman Joe Pesaturo said Monday no one was hurt and service resumed about an hour and a half later.
He said the fire started at about 3:20 p.m. and power was immediately shut off.
Passengers on a northbound train heading into the station were safely led from the train, which was taken out of service.
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