Red Line service resumes after call of person on tracks
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CTA Red Line trains were halted Thursday night after a call about a person on the tracks at the Addison Station on the North Side, authorities said.
Red Line service was hated about 7:45 p.m. between the Wilson and Belmont stops due to a “medical emergency on the tracks,” the Chicago Transit Authority said.
A caller reported a person on the tracks, but no one was found, according Fire Media Affairs.
Trains were operating again just after 8 p.m. with major delays, the CTA said.