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Increased security on Metro-North following terror threat

Commuters who take Metro-North trains can expect to see more of a police presence after a report of an alleged terror plot against U.S. trains. Gov. Dannel Malloy is following the lead of governors

News 12 Staff

Sep 27, 2014, 1:39 AM

Updated 3,557 days ago

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Commuters who take Metro-North trains can expect to see more of a police presence after a report of an alleged terror plot against U.S. trains.
Gov. Dannel Malloy is following the lead of governors in both New York and New Jersey in calling for more state troopers along Metro-North.
Malloy also put troopers at Bradley International Airport.
Mallow says there has been no credible threat against Connecticut. Sen. Richard Blumenthal added that the increased security is just a precaution.


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