The Chennai Metro came to a halt about four hours due to a power outage as a bird struck the electrical traction device in the metro station. This happened at Arumbakkam, Chennai. Chennai Metro Rail Limited spokesperson said this happened by 3 pm,
And it took 3.5 hours to clear the mess and operations resumed by 6.32pm. They use the alternate line between Koyambedy and Ashok Nagar due to this glitch. Even though the spokesman said they resumed the services by 6.32pm, Passengers were seen on the platforms till 7 pm.
However, the services were not affected between Alandur and the airport. Due to this incident, now the authorities are planning to use ultrasonic bird repellers which emit high frequency sound waves, to keep the birds away .
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