Amtrak suspends all Philadelphia-Harrisburg service

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PHILADELPHIA — Amtrak has suspended all service between Philadelphia and Harrisburg because of problems with the overhead wire west of the Elizabethtown, Pa., station.

The suspension was announced at 6 a.m. EST on Monday, and is in effect pending the completion of repairs. Watch Amtrak.com for updates.

The passenger railroad had previously announced the cancellation of several trains on the Philadelphia-Harrisburg route because of anticipated heavy snow today.

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