A car that became stuck on the tracks near the American Boulevard Station in Bloomington has been removed and Blue Line trains are back running as normal.

Riders can "expect some continuing delays as we work to get back on schedule," Metro Transit said at 7:05 a.m.

Trains are running in both directions, the agency said.

The tracks has been blocked for about 30 minutes. Below is the original posting.

Blue Line riders can expect delays this morning as crews work to free a car that became stuck on the tracks near the American Boulevard Station in Bloomington.

Metro Transit said it is working to keep Blue Line trains running every 10 minutes between Terminal 2 at MSP Airport and Target Field in downtown Minneapolis.

Passengers can "expect significant delays between Mall of America and Terminal 2," Metro Transit said..

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