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Train service impact of Bronx derailment
NEW YORK (AP) -- Metro-North is using buses this morning to move commuters along a stretch of the Hudson line affected by yesterday's deadly commuter train derailment and crash in the Bronx.
Four people died and more than 60 others were injured.
Crews are now working on removing the rest of the derailed cars.
As of 7:00 a.m. the Amtrak station in Rensselaer says everything is scheduled on-time for Monday.
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