Metro-North service returns to normal

Service was suspended for much of the day yesterday after an explosion in Harlem.

Service was suspended for much of the day yesterday after an explosion in Harlem. (3/13/14)

STAMFORD - Metro-North service is back to normal after yesterday's explosion in Harlem.

Service in and out of Grand Central Terminal was suspended for most of the day yesterday.

At least seven people were killed in the explosion.

Some service was restored just in time for the evening rush.

Metro-North is warning passengers to expect minor delays as trains will have to slow down in the area of the explosion.

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