Passengers stuck on MAX train after power line falls on tracks

Courtesy: Portland Fire & Rescue

Some scary moments for some people on a MAX train when a power line came down across the tracks Friday night.

Portland Fire & Rescue said the MAX train stopped near the Gateway Transit Center where the power line had come down.

The power line also blocked on-ramps to I-84 westbound. The on-ramps were closed while crews cleared the scene.

PF&R said 75 to 100 people were on board the train at the time.

PF&R is working on rescuing 75-100 people trapped on max train near I-84 & I-205 due to high voltage power line down across tracks. pic.twitter.com/4y6pKXYxqQ— Portland Fire&Rescue (@PDXFire) December 10, 2016

Pacific Power was called out and helped repair the power line.

PP&L has cleared the high voltage power line. The Max train is being evacuated. No injuries reported. pic.twitter.com/xGpCuWGBi4— Portland Fire&Rescue (@PDXFire) December 10, 2016

After the lines were cleared, the MAX train was not able to move for an unknown reason.

Passengers were evacuated from the train and walked a quarter mile down to the Gateway Transit Center.

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