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PATH trains running again at World Trade Center stop
NEW YORK (WABC) -- PATH trains are moving in and out of the World Trade Center stop Wednesday morning after falling ice closed down the station Tuesday night.
Service resumed around 5 a.m.
Chunks of ice fell off a tarp around the top of the building around 10 p.m.
No one was hit, but the area was cleared as a precaution while the ice was removed.
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