Service on the Orange, Blue and Silver lines was briefly suspended Thursday in parts of D.C. and Maryland after an unauthorized person got onto the tracks.

Metro suspended service between the Eastern Market and the Cheverly and Addison Road stations about 3 p.m. after a person got onto the tracks outside of the Stadium-Armory station.

Metro spokeswoman Sherri Ly said the transit agency first received a report of a person on the tracks outside the Minnesota Avenue station on the Orange Line.

“The individual who appeared to possibly be under the influence was apprehended and removed from the roadway,” Ly said.

Service was restored just before 4:30 p.m., Metro said in a tweet.

The suspension included service to six Metro stops, including Eastern Market, Potomac Avenue, Stadium-Armory, Benning Road, Capitol Heights and Addison Road.

Shuttle buses were dispatched to the stations to pick up and drop off passengers to operating Metro stations, Ly said.