MRT-3 unloads passengers amid smoking train

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 4) — The Metro Rail Transit (MRT)-3 unloaded passengers at 4 pm Monday at the Santolan-Annapolis station.

Around 530 passengers were unloaded after "a smoke emission" was reported from one of the trains at the northbound track.

A netizen was able to take a video of the black smoke coming from the train.

The MRT-3 is undergoing an investigation of the incident through its maintenance provider Sumitomo-Mitsubishi Heavy.

No passengers have been reported injured.

As of 6:06 pm, the MRT-3 said that operations are back to normal.

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