Red Line trains resuming normal service after smoke reported in subway

SHARE Red Line trains resuming normal service after smoke reported in subway
SHARE Red Line trains resuming normal service after smoke reported in subway

Red Line trains were temporarily rerouted to elevated lines Thursday morning after a report of smoke in the subway.

The smoke was reported near the Jackson station about 9:35 a.m., according to CTA spokeswoman Catherine Hosinski. No injuries were reported.

The trains were rerouted to the elevated lines between the Fullerton and Cermak-Chinatown stations.

The cause of the smoke was not immediately known, Hosinski said, but as of 10:30 a.m., normal operations were resuming.

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