SEPTA Resumes Market/Frankford Subway Trains After Medical Emergency - NBC 10 Philadelphia

SEPTA Resumes Market/Frankford Subway Trains After Medical Emergency

A medical emergency at the 8th Street Station stops SEPTA's Market/Frankford Line

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    • A medical emergency at the 8th Street Station stops SEPTA's Market/Frankford Line

    • SEPTA cleared the situation and got trains running again after about 20 minutes.

    A medical emergency caused by a report of a person being struck by a train caused the stoppage of SEPTA’s Market/Frankford subway line in Center City Wednesday afternoon.

    SEPTA shuttled MFL passengers between the 15th Street and Spring Garden stations following the incident around 2 p.m.

    SEPTA said they were told that someone was struck by a train at the 8th Street Station. But, they didn't find any evidence of the incident.

    Trains began running again after about 20 minutes.

    SEPTA told passengers to expect "delays and crowded conditions" during the stoppage. Residual delays could continue.