CHICAGO (CBS)– CTA Red Line trains are delayed after a passenger was found unresponsive at the Addison Street stop early Monday morning.
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#Wrigleyville – expect delays on CTA Red Line trains. Police are investigating after finding an unresponsive passenger on a train at the Addison stop. Trains are sharing one track between Belmont & Sheridan, and no trains are stopping at Addison. pic.twitter.com/O5WBOUIZnQ
— Jeanette Hudson (@JHudsontraffic) April 26, 2021
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Red Line trains are not stopping at Addison.
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[Major Delays] 95th-bound Red Line trains are standing at Addison due to a sick customer. Crews working to restore service.
— cta (@cta) April 26, 2021
This is a developing story.