LIRR back to near normal service after lightning strike

The Long Island Rail Road is running near normal following yesterday's lightning strike at Jamaica.Representatives say they fixed the signal system that was damaged by

BROOKLYN - The Long Island Rail Road is running near normal following yesterday's lightning strike at Jamaica.

Representatives say they fixed the signal system that was damaged by lightning last night. The damage led to massive rush hour delays last night.

Travelers are advised that there could still be some delays and train cancellations.

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