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LIRR service restored

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

A track problem inside one of the East River tunnels that caused problems on the Long Island Rail Road was resolved and most service returned to normal Wednesday, with some delays.

NYC Transit cross-honored LIRR tickets on E trains in Jamaica and 7 trains at Woodside.

Amtrak, which owns the tunnels, sent a crew to the scene to repair the damage on Wednesday.

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