BOSTON — Amtrak service in the Northeast Corridor is seeing major disruptions after Tropical Storm Isaias raved the Atlantic Coast Tuesday.
Hundreds of thousands were left without power and the damage caused Amtrak to halt its service between Boston and New York.
After a flurry of train cancellations early Wednesday morning, all service was halted along the route between Boston and New York due to “overhead power issues.”
There was no immediate word on when service would resume.
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