After a wire fell on top of a SEPTA Regional Rail Line car, passengers were forced to exit the train and walk on the tracks to the nearest station, officials said.
Kristin Geiger, SEPTA spokeswoman, said a tree knocked into the wire, causing it to fall on top of the Doylestown Line car. Passengers walked to Doylestown Station.
The incident delayed train service on the Paoli/Thorndale Line and between the Link Belt and Doylestown stations for several hours. The rail line resumed normal service as of 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.