Updated 05/03/13 – 10:36 a.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) — Service was halted for nearly an hour Friday morning on a section of the CTA Blue Line, after a body was found under a grate in the subway.

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Officials said a man’s body was found around 9:40 a.m., under a grate in the subway near 117 W. Lake St. The man had not been hit by a train. Sources said he appeared to have been homeless.

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While police and firefighters were responding, the CTA shut off power to the Blue Line between the Damen and Racine stations. Power was restored by about 10:30 a.m., but there were still some lingering delays while service resumed on the Blue Line.

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The CTA set up shuttle buses between Damen and Racine while the Blue Line was shut down between those stations.