Downed wires strand Metro-North passengers

NORWALK - About 300 people were stuck on a Metro-North train that got stranded shortly after midnight.

The train stalled between Stamford and Noroton Heights because of downed wires.

The people on board had to wait for a rescue train to arrive.

Another train also got stuck between East and South Norwalk. Passengers say that was also because of downed wires.

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