The Department of Transportation said in a statement that the motor had an electrical failure at around 1 p.m., likely caused by worn-out electrical subcomponents.
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780 passengers unloaded after MRT-3 glitch
Ralph Edwin Villanueva (The Philippine Star) - August 21, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Around 780 passengers were unloaded at the Metro Rail Transit Line 3’s Ayala station after a train developed a motor problem yesterday afternoon.

The Department of Transportation said in a statement that the motor had an electrical failure at around 1 p.m., likely caused by worn-out electrical subcomponents.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION METRO RAIL TRANSIT LINE
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