MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (FOX 9) - Metro Transit's Blue Line experienced delays Saturday after a police pursuit ended with a car left on the tracks.
The car was left on the tracks at 35th Street and Hiawatha Avenue late Saturday morning.
According to a Minneapolis Police spokesperson, three people are in custody following a chase that involved one vehicle. Authorities say the driver was arrested for fleeing police, while the other two occupants were taken into custody on outstanding warrants.
No one was injured in the incident.
METRO Blue Line riders, due to a can o the tracks at 35th Street, there may be delays. A tow has been ordered and we will be back up and running ASAP.— Metro Transit (@MetroTransitMN) December 15, 2018
Metro Transit also deployed replacement buses to help stranded Blue Line riders Saturday.
METRo Blue Line riders, replacement buses will be operating from Franklin Avenue Station to 46th Street Station. Other stations being served by light rail service.— Metro Transit (@MetroTransitMN) December 15, 2018