Metro-North’s New Haven Line Service Resumes Between Stamford, Harrison

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Metro-North’s New Haven line service has resumed in both directions between Stamford, Connecticut and Harrison, New York.

Spokeswoman Marjorie Andres said service was suspended during Friday’s morning rush after a downed overhead catenary electric line blocked three of four tracks in the vicinity of Cos Cob, Connecticut.

She said it appears that a contractor who was loading railroad ties overnight hit the wire with a crane.

The catenary line supplies propulsion power to the trains.

Repair crews responded to the scene and service was restored in both direction shortly after 8 a.m. Riders should anticipate delays of 30-60 minutes.

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