Update, 11 p.m.
New Haven Line service is now operating on or close to schedule, Metro-North is reporting.
Update, 10:20 p.m.
Commuters on the New Haven Line should continue to expect residual delays of up to 45 minutes between Southport and Bridgeport due to the earlier fire activity, Metro-North is reporting.
Update, 9:20 p.m.
Commuters should expect residual delays of up to 45 minutes on both the eastbound and westbound trains of the New Haven Metro-North line, according to Metro-North's Twitter account.
Update, 9:17 p.m.
Trains have started to move eastbound at a restricted speed.
The original story follows:
A fire in Bridgeport has halted trains in both directions along the Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line, as well as Amtrak trains in the northeast corridor.
According to various Twitter reports, the blaze erupted in a warehouse at the intersection of Howard Ave. and Railroad Ave.
The Connecticut Rail Commuter Council tweeted through its official account that, at as of 8:29 p.m., there is no estimate of the length of delays.
Patch will provide updates as they become available.