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Trending: Commuter chaos as #TTC suspends subway service

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) suspended service on Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth) between St. George and Keele stations "due to track related issues" at Dundas West station around 8 a.m. Screenshot/@MrEpid

TORONTO – The better way became the ugly way for many transit riders in Toronto Tuesday morning after service was suspended along a large portion of the city’s subway system.

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) suspended service on Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth) between St. George and Keele stations “due to track related issues” at Dundas West station around 8 a.m.

Shuttle buses were dispatched to provide service between the affected stations.

TTC customers began to tweet their frustration as subway stations became clogged with commuters.

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It is unclear what “track related issues” caused the service suspension but some customers began to tweet about mud at track level at Dundas station.

There were reports of people fainting at Keele Station allegedly because of overcrowding.

Here’s a look at the commuter chaos through the eyes of social media.

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