BOSTON (AP) — Amtrak and commuter rail service has been delayed by a smoky electrical fire outside the Forest Hills station south of downtown Boston.

Power to the rail had to be shut down to allow firefighters to battle the blaze in an outside electrical vault. It was reported just before 7 a.m. Saturday and brought under control about two and half hours later.

No injuries were reported.

The disruption was causing delays on Amtrak’s Northeast service between New Haven, Connecticut and Boston. Some commuter rail passengers were being bused.

The fire also briefly delayed service on the MBTA’s nearby Orange Line in Boston. Those tracks weren’t directly affected.