Monday , January 18 2021

The service is restructured in the subway lines of Montreal after an event that causes chemical irritation



The service has begun in Montreal's Metro lines, officials say they were released after a chemically irritant Champ-de-Mars station.

The shadows have caused yellow, orange and green lines around an hour at a Wednesday morning for about an hour.

The STM says "a substance is inappropriate" said the passenger at the Champ-de-Mars station.

At 9, the service reported by STM was redone in Yellow and Yellow lines. The Orange line started again shortly afterwards.

Stéphane Smith, a spokesman for Urgences-santé, said nine people were treated for coughs and bruises for the news and Champ-de-Mars stations.

The symptoms were small, he said, but a patient was transported to the hospital which was seriously damaged.

Firefighters, ambulances and police respond to the station of the Champs-de-Mars station, officials believe Pepper Spray opened on Wednesday morning. (Verity Stevenson / CBC)

STM spokesman Alain Legault said in the air that arrived at the Champ-de-Mars station for substance.

"The fact that the link between Champ-de-Mars-Berri and the link between the two stations meant that we had to close the parts of Green, Yellow and Orange, to get out of the substance," Legault said.

The incident did not affect the entire network, but added a portion so that the stations can be aerated.


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