Los Angeles Fire Department crews are responding Tuesday morning after the Metro A Line lost power in downtown Los Angeles.
The Metro line — a light rail that runs from Azusa to Long Beach — lost power around 9:35 a.m. at the 7th Street/Metro Center stop. Around 200 people were on a train when the power went out, LAFD spokesman Nicolas Prange told KTLA.
Firefighters were helping people off the train and no injuries have been reported.
Metro officials are providing buses between Pico and Union Station and will try to initiate power once the tracks are cleared.
Fire officials first reported the Red Line — now the B Line — was affected, but Metro officials later clarified that line was not affected.
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