MRT-3 operations stalled

MRT-3 operations were stalled Thursday night due to technical issues, Youscoopers told GMA News Online.

Reports from Youscoopers saying they were stuck in various stations first came at around 10:15 p.m. Other reports said passengers at the Taft terminal station were asked to step off the train at around 10:30 p.m. because of a power outage at the control center.

Another passenger informed GMA News through a tweet that passengers in the Buendia station were stuck in the train for over 45 minutes.

Kamuning MRT staff said trains were on the way but then told passengers to leave as trains could not run on weak power supply

The MRT-3 central administration could not be reached for further information as of posting time. – Bea Cupin and Pia Faustino/PE/MRT, GMA News

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