CHICAGO (CBS) — A power failure on the South Shore line in Northwest Indiana is causing a major headache for commuters this morning.

Overhead power was disrupted between Michigan City Carroll Avenue and East Chicago.

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While power has now been restored, morning rush hour trains are out of sequence and running 45 minutes to over an hour late from Michigan City to Chicago.

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Eastbound Trains 203 and 205 will turn at East Chicago and load and go back to Chicago.

Riders can expect significant delays between Michigan City and East Chicago.

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Metra is honoring South Shore tickets.