Fire causes Metro-North train evacuation in Fairfield

Metro-North says its schedule is back to normal after smoke caused a train to be evacuated at the Fairfield Metro station. The railroad says smoke

Metro-North says smoke was discovered coming from an

Metro-North says smoke was discovered coming from an area between cars.

FAIRFIELD - Metro-North says its schedule is back to normal after smoke caused a train to be evacuated at the Fairfield Metro station.

The railroad says smoke was discovered coming from an area between cars.

The passengers were put on another train.

Metro-North says no one was hurt and the train left Fairfield 24 minutes behind schedule.

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