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Complete darkness

Kingdafy writes:
I got on the T after work one day and the train had barely pulled out of Alewife when it stopped. After a minute the air turned off. ... then the lights went out except for a couple of emergency lights. There was no announcement about what was going on. The train sat there for at least five minutes with no air in almost complete darkness, then everything started up and the train moved on as if nothing ever happened.


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That really sucks, especially when they have the nerve to not even tell anyone what's going on.

MBTA Bill of Rights? What a joke.

April 18, 2003 07:23 PM

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