Commuters are continuing to experience delays this morning after a tram was halted at City Hall following a casualty.
A Supertram passenger fell over inside the carriage, struck his head and had to be stretchered out by paramedics.
The tram was brought to halt at around 10am, and stood still for almost 30 minutes.
The incident at City Hall is now cleared up and trams can run through.However expect major delays and service cancellations for a while longer.
— Stagecoach Supertram (@SCSupertram) May 3, 2018
Tram services between Shalesmoor and Cathedral were cancelled while the man was injured, and First South Yorkshire began accepting Supertram tickets for services between City to University and Hillsborough during the incident.
Repairs by Yorkshire Water earlier this morning led to a road closure at Leppings Lane, causing further disruption on the roads and the Yellow Route.