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BART Recovers After Disabled Train Triggers Major Delays



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    BART is recovering Tuesday morning after a disabled train temporarily blocked service between San Francisco and the East Bay, according to the transportation agency.

    The train, which was stuck somewhere between the West Oakland and Embarcadero stations, was reported to be blocking train traffic just before 7 a.m., according to BART. Roughly 30 minutes later, the train was pushed out of the way and transbay service resumed.

    Approximately 60 passengers on the disabled train were removed safely, according to BART.

    Crews were dispatched to the scene of where the train stalled to make sure there was no damage, BART reported.

    Further information was not available.

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