Service in both directions was shut down Wednesday afternoon on two SEPTA Regional Rail lines after a fire broke out under a train, the transit agency said.
The Warminster and Doylestown lines were shut down temporarily while workers responded to an equipment fire, the agency said. They were able to put out the fire, remove the affected train and resume service around 4:30 p.m.
No injuries were immediately reported.
Passengers who were on the disabled train were off by 3:15 p.m. near the Glenside station. Delays of at least 30 minutes were reported in the area, and the Airport Line experienced 45-minute delays.
SEPTA continues to provide the following detours on Regional Rail:
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Fox Chase: Outbound train #4840 is canceled from Center City to Fox Chase.
West Trenton: All trains will operate with local service with stops at Melrose and Elkins Park until further notice.
Paoli/Thorndale: Outbound train #541 is operating with delays of up to 40 minutes.
Lansdale/Doylestown, Warminster: Service delayed up to 30 minutes.
Norristown High Speed Line: Board all trains on the outbound platform at Penfield Station due to track issues.
Passengers should check www.SEPTA.org for alternate travel options.
Please check back for details as they become available.