Here is the sentence.
I think 「て」 should follow the verb 「中断され」 to create conjunctive/continuative form.
No, it's not. This れ is the pre-masu-form (stem) of れる, and it doesn't require て after it.
In your example, you can insert て after 中断され without changing the meaning of the sentence. But since this is from a formal documentation, doing so may make the sentence look a little less sophisticated.