Retention wall collapses at Rapid Station; blue, green lines suspended

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — RTA and Cleveland Fire Department officials say a retention wall collapsed sending debris onto the tracks at the RTA Buckeye-Woodhill Rapid Station.

No one was injured. The station is located at 9528 Buckeye Road, and it happened just before 4:30 p.m.

The collapse was the result of heavy water flowing down Buckeye during the heavy storms.

The RTA’s blue and green lines were temporarily suspended. RTA is running shuttle buses in their place through Monday morning’s rush hour.

For updates on when the lines will reopen, click here.