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Metro-North: Hudson line service resumes after rock slide in Garrison stranded hundreds

A rock slide caused by nearby rail work

A rock slide caused by nearby rail work halted Metro-North trains between Peekskill and Garrison Saturday night, stranding hundreds of riders for hours. (July 20, 2014 5:54 PM)

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Service on Metro-North's Hudson line was back to normal Sunday after a rock slide damaged the track between Peekskill and Garrison a day earlier, stranding hundreds of riders for hours.

The incident happened at around 4:30 p.m. Saturday. The rock slide was caused by work on a retaining wall next to the tracks.

Metro-North says its Hudson line trains were alerted in advance about the...

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