Some train services resume along US east coast

By REUTERS
October 31, 2012 04:14

 
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WASHINGTON - Limited passenger train services will resume along the US East Coast on Wednesday as transportation slowly returns to normal after Hurricane Sandy, but flooding in tunnels is still blocking access to New York City, Amtrak said on Tuesday.

Services provided by rail company Amtrak along the busy Northeast corridor were suspended on Monday as the storm hit the eastern United States, flooding tracks and roads, felling trees and power lines.

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