- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 10, 2015

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Philadelphia’s regional transit agency says service has resumed on the busy Norristown High Speed Line after a suspension due to equipment blocking the tracks.

A SEPTA spokeswoman says service began running again around 8 a.m. Tuesday.

It had been suspended for several hours after an incident Monday night left one of the trains stranded, preventing other trains from passing through.

The High Speed Line, a cross between a light rail and commuter rail, runs 13 miles between Upper Darby and Norristown.

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