Taipei--A train operated by the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) was forced to a halt in Keelung's Chidu District early Thursday due to a downed overhead power cable, resulting in delays to other train services and affecting about 14,280 passengers, according to the TRA.
The incident occurred at 6:18 a.m. when a damaged overhead electrical cable fell, bringing the train to a stop as it was traveling from Chidu District to Badu District on Taiwan's western coast.
Services were not resumed until 10:18am.
The stoppage and consequent delays of services on 54 other trains affected around 14,280 commuters, the TRA said.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel