Green Line trains temporarily suspended for fire, normal service resumed

Trains were only operating between the Ashland/63rd and Harlem stations due to a fire near the tracks.

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Service was suspended about 20 minutes.

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Green Line trains were suspended between the Cottage Grove and Garfield stations due to a fire near the tracks. 

Trains were suspended about 5:30 a.m., operating only between the Ashland/63rd and Harlem stations, according to an alert from the Chicago Transit Authority. 

They were back to normal service with residual delays about 20 minutes later.

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