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Signal failure disrupted Seibu Shinjuku Line services in Tokyo on Friday morning, affecting 168,000 rush-hour commuters, the railway said.

The suspension of train services between Seibu Shinjuku and Tanashi stations came after signals turned red at around 3:20 a.m. and crossing gates came down along the line, according to Seibu Railway Co.

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