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Stockholm commuter train station reopens after fire

File photo of the entrance to the Stockholm City station. Photo: Tomas Oneborg/SvD/TT

Published: 17.Sep.2019 14:42 hrs

Stockholm commuters were told to expect delays and cancellations on Tuesday afternoon after a fire broke out.

The Stockholm City commuter train station, which is located more than 40 metres underground, was evacuated shortly before 2pm after a fire in a technical room.

The fire was quickly extinguished, but it caused a lot of smoke which made public transport operator SL decide to evacuate.

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