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Rock slide halts Hudson line trains

Jul 20, 2014 12:03 am
Ned P. Rauch reports in The (Westchester County, N.Y.) Journal News that a rock slide that covered some Metro-North Railroad tracks between Peekskill and Garrison on the Hudson line July 19 suspended all service, with no official word when it will be restored. Metropolitan Transportation Authority police Lt. Ray Skopin said crews were working on a retaining wall at 4:30 p.m.near the Westchester County border when rocks spilled onto the tracks and blocked all train traffic. No one was injured. Read the full story in USA Today.

UPDATE: The Metro-North Railroad said train service resumed around midnight Saturday/Sunday after hours of repairs to the tracks between the Garrison and Peekskill stations on the Hudson Line.