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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Man Stops Muni in Its Tracks

Posted By on Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 4:52 PM

Remember when those stranded Muni passengers grew so tired and hungry as they waited for a bus to arrive at Mission Rock that they started tossing rocks at the bus?

We all get frustrated, even pissed at Muni -- but as you can see below, train delays are not always the transit agency's fault. Twitter user enigmaprime kindly sent SF Weekly this photo, which explains why the N-Judah came to a screeching halt on Monday, April 18.

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  • WTF?

Obviously the cops came to take care of this transit nightmare. Curious about this incident, SF Weekly called Muni spokesman Paul Rose. He had no idea what we were talking about. But he promised to find out, and we will update you when we know something more.

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