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Montreal STM Orange Line Shut Down Due To An Emergency Situation

The orange line will be shut down for an entire hour.
Montreal STM Orange Line Shut Down Due To An Emergency Situation

According to the STM website, the orange line has been shut down between Berri-UQAM and Henri-Bourassa stations "due to an intervention by emergency medical services."

The STM predicts that service will not resume until 2:00 PM, totalling about an hour of interrupted service.

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There are no further details as to the nature of the emergency medical situation.

UPDATE: the STM is advising passengers to seek alternative routes.

The STM has also established a shuttle that is running along the affected orange line route.

UPDATE: normal metro service has resumed.

Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.

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