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Metro Gold Line Resumes Service Near Chinatown After Power Problem

LOS ANGELES ( — Service on the Metro Gold Line is returning to normal after a power problem caused major delays north of Chinatown Monday morning.

Metro suspended train service between the Highland Park and Chinatown stations after the problem was reported around 11:30 a.m.

Officials said a portion of the Gold Line's overhead power supply was damaged near the Southwest Museum Station, the cause of which is under investigation.

Some residual delays are expected.

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