Service resumes on Amtrak between Philadelphia and Harrisburg
PHILADELPHIA - September 13, 2013 (WPVI) -- Crews worked through the night to resume scheduled Amtrak operations between Philadelphia and Harrisburg after the Keystone Service was suspended Thursday night due to severe weather related issues.
The suspension of Amtrak's Keystone service was announced at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The announcement came as AccuWeather and StormTracker 6 Double Scan were tracking severe weather moving east across Pennsylvania toward the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys.
Amtrak is offering a refund or voucher for future travel to paid passengers affected by the disruption.
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