TTC service was suspended Tuesday on part of the Yonge-University-Spadina line due to a hazardous spill at College Station.
Riders were diverted to shuttle buses and service did not resume until 1:30 in the afternoon.
Reporters from the Toronto Observer were on scene.
Yonge-Bloor Line service disrupted due to environmental spill. (JEFFREY SZE/TORONTO OBSERVER)
TTC riders being diverted to shuttle buses (SHERRY BO/TORONTO OBSERVER)
TTC commuters lining up along Bloor Street Tuesday due to TTC shutdown of Yonge subway line: environmental leak posing a hazard (SHERRY BO/ TORONTO OBSERVER)
Firefighters on the scene of a fuel leak at College Street subway station. (MELVIN GOMEZ//TORONTO OBSERVER)
Lineups keep getting longer for TTC riders. (SHERRY BO/TORONTO OBSERVER)
Line has stretched out to Zara, the halfway point between Yonge and Bay. (JEFFREY SZE/TORONTO OBSERVER)
TTC riders board shuttle buses after long wait. (MELVIN GOMEZ/TORONTO OBSERVER)