That time the train started smoking
Malfunctioning brakes led to a smoky commute for riders of a Green Line train on June 20.
Passengers were evacuated from the train at the D Line’s Brookline Village Station just before 9 a.m. The train was transported to a rail yard for service.
A passenger told the Globe she saw smoke coming from the bottom of one of the train cars and smelled burning rubber.
The smoking train caused moderate delays on the Green Line that morning.
T riders who wanted to visit MBTA.com for more information on the delays were out of luck. The website was down.