WESTPORT, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A Metro-North train became stuck with passengers inside in Westport, Conn. Wednesday night.
There was no immediate confirmation about why the train became disabled. But the Fairfield Daily Voice said a downed power was to blame and that the incident happened around 9 p.m.
Passengers said on Twitter that the heat on the train was out while it was stuck.
Customers had been transferred to another train by 11:10 p.m., Metro-North said by Twitter.
The train had left Grand Central Terminal and was headed to New Haven, the newspaper reported.
New Haven Line service was running normally by 11 p.m.
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