Officials: 2 additional areas deemed 'dangerous' due to partial ceiling collapse at Stamford train station
Connecticut Department of Transportation officials say two additional areas at the Stamford train station might be dangerous just days after a partial ceiling collapse.
State officials say the two areas were inspected and that pedestrian access has been closed off.
They say a pedestrian tunnel will be closed until next week.
However, train service and platforms will remain open.
The collapse happened Wednesday just after 5 p.m. in one of the tunnel stairwells.
The rest of the ceiling is being removed and a temporary protective platform will be going up.