Subway service restored after smoking manhole causes power outage near 149th Street-Third Avenue station

A smoking manhole knocked out power to part of the South Bronx, temporarily bringing some subway trains to a standstill.

The explosion temporarily knocked out power, bringing some

The explosion temporarily knocked out power, bringing some trains to a halt.

THE BRONX - A smoking manhole knocked out power to part of the South Bronx, temporarily bringing some subway trains to a standstill. 

The MTA says service has been restored to the No. 2 and 5 trains in both directions.

The outage occurred near the 149th Street-3rd Avenue station.

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