Fire under bridge halts Metro-North commuter trains in and out of ManhattanBy AP
Monday, September 20, 2010
Fire under bridge halts some suburban NYC trains
NEW YORK — Some commuter rail service has been suspended in and out of Grand Central Terminal in New York City because of a fire under a bridge.
Metro-North said Monday that the fire was under the 138th Street lift bridge, which carries all Metro-North trains in and out of Manhattan.
The service was suspended at 11:45 a.m.
Trains approaching Manhattan and the south Bronx are being held at the nearest station while the fire is being put out.
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