An early morning car crash will affect clients of two Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail lines that harmed electrical lines.
Dallas police said a speeding car went off an extension from Houston Street close to Young Street around 1 a.m. Monday. It arrived on the DART tracks underneath.
Two ladies were in the vehicle at that point. They ran off and have not yet been found, police said.
DART said the accident harmed the catenary, the electrical lines that supply capacity to its trains. The wires likewise fell onto one train.
DART said it might require seven days to fix the upward lines for the red and blue lines.
Travelers who ride the trains south of Downtown Dallas ought to anticipate delays.
Transport transports are being utilized to take individuals from the EBJ/Union and Victory stations to the eighth and Corinth stations.
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