Cause released in Metro-North stoppage

Metro-North officials say human error during an electrical

Metro-North officials say human error during an electrical repair project was to blame. (January 24, 2014 6:06 PM)

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Metro-North officials say the two-hour disruption in service Thursday night was caused by human error during an electrical repair project. 

They say the computers that run the railroad's signal system lost reliable power when one of two main power supply units was taken out of service for replacement. 

Officials say that is when more than 50 trains on three lines were forced...

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