Conn. commuter rail service to fully resume Wednesday

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May 21, 2013, 5:51 am
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(NECN) - Transit authorities in Connecticut say commuter rail service will fully resume in time for Wednesday’s morning's rush.
Metro-North says their track rebuilding has gone quicker than expected, after Friday’s accident.
Officials say seven people are still recovering in the hospital.
Wednesday morning is also the final day buses will keep transporting commuters from Bridgeport to Stamford to avoid the area of the accident.
Connecticut's emergency operations center will stay partially activated Tuesday for the commute.

Tags: connecticut, commute, Commuter Rail, rail, service
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