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Metro-North Service Resumes With Residual Delays



    Metro-North Service Resumes With Residual Delays

    Metro-North service resumed on the Harlem Line for the Thursday morning commute for the first time after a train packed with commuters from New York City hit a car on the railroad tracks in Westchester Tuesday, killing six and injuring more than a dozen. 

    Delays are expected throughout the day.

    Metro-North Train Crash AnimationMetro-North Train Crash Animation

    An animation of Tuesday night’s fiery Metro-North Railroad crash that killed six people and injured more than a dozen.
    (Published Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015)

    Service on the Harlem Line had been suspended Wednesday as the National Transportation Safety Board investigated the crashed train on the platform at the site of the accident.

    Commerce Street will remain closed to vehicular traffic until the NTSB completes the investigation, which is expected to be mid-afternoon Thursday.

    Chopper 4 Captures Metro-North Crash SceneChopper 4 Captures Metro-North Crash Scene

    [UPDATE: Six dead, 12 hurt in collision] Chopper 4 was first over the scene of a Metro-North train-into-car crash in Valhalla. The packed train hit a car on the Commerce Street crossing, sparking a fiery crash that so far has appeared to injure numerous people. Note: Officials have since revised the death toll to 6.
    (Published Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015)

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