SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The Civic Center BART Station reopened Sunday afternoon after a train experienced a brake overload and emitted smoke, a dispatcher said.

San Francisco firefighters responded to reports of an explosion and smoke in the station at about 1:45 p.m.

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The train that experienced the brake problem had to be taken out of service, and trains through San Francisco were halted in both directions for about an hour, a BART dispatcher said.

Civic Center Station had to be evacuated and was closed while the incident was investigated.

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There were no immediate reports of any injuries.

San Francisco Municipal Railway service was temporarily disrupted but was back to full service by about 2:45 p.m., Muni spokesman Paul Rose said.

BART trains also returned to full service by about 3 p.m. and were running on time, a dispatcher said.

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