Muni train service brought to halt by car in tunnel

Muni train service was disrupted Tuesday evening between West Portal and Church stations after a driver entered a tunnel near West Portal, according to Muni.

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials first reported the incident around 7 p.m. on Twitter.

Passengers were being advised to seek buses where possible during the incident and BART was providing mutual assistance for riders between Embarcadero and Balboa Park stations.

As of around 8 p.m. the N Judah and J Church lines were back to normal operation, but riders were warned to expect residual delays.

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