This is breaking news.\nThe Orange line of the Montreal metro has been shut down between Berri-UQAM and Henri-Bourassa stations because of an "intervention by emergency services," according to an official statement online and on Twitter.\nALSO READ: Campaigns For The U.S. 2020 Presidential Election Are About To Begin And Americans Already Want To "Move To Canada"\nShutdown ORANGE line between Berri-UQAM and H-Bourassa. Inter. emergency services. Service expected to resume at 15:25. #stminfo F\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) December 7, 2018\nService will not resume until at least 3:25pm, meaning the entire branch of the orange line will be shut down for at least an hour.\nDetails are few right now, but this post will be updated with new information as it becomes available. Hopefully there are no injuries.\nThe STM is setting up a shuttle to run along the Orange line route between Berri-UQAM and Henri-Bourassa stations.\nService disrupted at this time : A temporary bus shuttle service is being established between Berri-UQAM and Henri-Bourassa stations. #stminfo\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) December 7, 2018\nThis latest service interuption comes as the STM contends with higher than average ridership and a wave of passenger complaints.\nUPDATE: The entire Blue line has been shut down.\nShutdown BLUE line between Snowdon and St-Michel. Inter. emergency services. Service expected to resume at 15:25. #stminfo K\n— Ligne Bleue (@stm_Bleue) December 7, 2018\nThe STM is setting up a shuttle to run along the Blue line route between Snowdown and Saint-Michel stations.\nInterruption de service métro : Un service spécial de bus a été demandé entre les stations Snowdon et Saint-Michel. #stminfo\n— Ligne Bleue (@stm_Bleue) December 7, 2018\nAccording to the Montreal Gazette, the emergency situation involved a medical crisis.\nThe Montreal police confirm that they are investigating "threatening comments" at Jean-Talon station. However, neither the SPVM nor the STM have made an explicit link between the shutdown and the investigation. Though, there certainly appears to be a connection.\nOngoing police operation at metro Jean-Talon. The #SPVM is investigating threatening comments made by an individual. There is nothing to report at this time.\n— Police Montréal (@SPVM) December 7, 2018\nRead more here.\nThe STM now predicts that service on both the Orange and Blue lines will not resume until 4:00pm.\nService is gradually resuming on the Orange line.\nService gradually resuming on the ORANGE line. #stminfo K\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) December 7, 2018\nBut Orange line trains will not stop at Jean-Talon station:\nNo trains stopping at Jean-Talon station. #stminfo X\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) December 7, 2018\nService is resuming gradually on the Blue line.\nService gradually resuming on the BLUE line. #stminfo H\n— Ligne Bleue (@stm_Bleue) December 7, 2018\nBlue line trains will not stop at Jean-Talon station:\nMétro service status : Service gradually resuming on the Blue line, but no trains stopping at Jean-Talon métro station. #stminfo\n— Ligne Bleue (@stm_Bleue) December 7, 2018\nNormal metro serviceis resuming on the Orange line, including Jean-Talon station. This, of course, suggests that the threat that triggered the police investigation has abated.\nMétro service status : Service gradually resuming on the entire Orange line, including at Jean-Talon métro station. #stminfo\n— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) December 7, 2018\nStay tuned.