Wire troubles disrupt Amtrak service in Pennsylvania

The Associated Press
In this Nov. 25, 2015 file photo, Amtrak passengers walk to their gates in New York's Pennsylvania Station.

PHILADELPHIA – Overhead wire troubles are disrupting Amtrak service in Pennsylvania.

Amtrak temporarily suspended trains Monday between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, while workers make repairs to catenary wires west of the Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, station. Scheduled service will be restored once the repairs are completed.

Northeast Corridor service between Boston and Washington and points south are operating as scheduled.

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