CTA Chicago Orange Line service disrupted after body found on tracks near Halsted

CTA Chicago Orange Line service disrupted after body found on tracks near Halsted

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CTA Orange Line has been disrupted Monday morning after Chicago police stated a person was discovered useless on the tracks close to Halsted Road.

CHICAGO (TOC) — Service on the CTA Orange Line was disrupted Monday morning after a person was discovered useless on the tracks, Chicago police stated.

Police stated a person was discovered unresponsive on the southbound tracks within the 2500-block of South Archer Avenue at about 4 a.m. He was pronounced useless on the scene.

Space One detectives are investigating.

The CTA stated service on the Orange Line between thirty fifth/Archer and Roosevelt was briefly suspended. Round 5:45 a.m., the CTA stated regular prepare service was resuming with residual delays.

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