Train service from New York to New Haven will be limited for days as officials investigate Friday's rush hour train crash in Connecticut which sent 72 people to the hospital.
Metro-North train service between South Norwalk and New Haven remains suspended until further notice, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Saturday service between the South Norwalk Station and Grand Central will be reduced, departing seven minutes after each hour.
Regular service will operate between Stamford and Grand Central and between New Canaan and Danbury Branches. Bus service will be available between Waterbury and Bridgeport with no train connection.
Trains remains in effect between Stamford and Yankees-E. 153rd Street Station for Yankee game day service. Commuters are advised to use the Harlem Line as trains will be crowded due to reduced service.
Officials said two of the four tracks in the area were out of service to have overhead wires replaced and the remaining two tracks were damaged by the collision.
There will be no Amtrak service between New York and New Haven through Sunday and officials say there is no estimate on when service will be restored, according to a statement from Amtrak.
Limited Northeast Regional service is available between Boston and New Haven.
Service is operating as scheduled between New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
Check back on Sunday evening for service updates on Amtrak's website or by calling 800-USA-RAIL.
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