UPDATE (12:30 p.m.): A couple of hours after power had been restored to the CTA Blue Line after a body was removed from the subway at a Loop station, power was cut again as police returned to the scene.
UPDATE (10:35 a.m.): Per the CTA, service has resumed on the Blue Line but residual delays should be expected.
PREVIOUSLY: CTA Blue Line service to and from O'Hare Airport is temporarily suspended as Chicago Police investigate a body under the tracks.
Power has been removed to a portion of the CTA's Blue Line on Friday morning after a person was reported on the tracks.
Power was removed to the Blue Line between the Damen and Racine stations following a report of a person on the right of way, according to CTA spokeswoman Lambrini Lukidis.
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An unconfirmed report said a body was found on the tracks near Clark and Lake.
Chicago Fire Department personnel have been called to the scene for a person down, according to Fire Media Affairs.
Blue Line trains are operating only between O'Hare and Damen; and Racine and Forest Park, according to a CTA rider alert.
The No. 7 Harrison or No. 20 Madison buses, or Pink Line trains are recommended for service between downtown and the West Side; while the No. 56 Milwaukee train is suggested towards O'Hare.
The CTA is putting together shuttle bus service for affected customers, Lukidis said.
Service on the Blue Line has been temporarily suspended between Damen and Racine due to a police investigation underway.— cta (@cta) May 3, 2013