MBTA officials say smoke on a Red Line train caused some delays at the Charles-MGH stop.
Authorities said the train was taken out of service after making contact with some construction-related materials that had drifted onto the "right-of-way."
No injuries were reported.
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Regular service resumed around 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
It's not clear what caused the smoke.