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LIRR escalator where elderly woman died reopens
LINDENHURST (WABC) -- A Long Island Rail Road escalator that's been out of commission since the death of an 88-year-old woman is back in service Tuesday.
The woman fell down the escalator and died in March at the station in Lindenhurst.
Since then, investigators took a look at all 19 escalators at LIRR stations.
Six of them remain out of service.
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