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    Fire Caused by Downed Wires Suspends SEPTA Regional Rail Line in Montgomery County
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    The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority suspended service on its West Trenton Line Regional Rail Line after a fire broke out.

    A downed PECO wire near Red Lion Road in Lower Moreland Township, Montgomery County caused a fire Thursday, SEPTA said.

    Service was suspended around 6:40 a.m. Cameras captured flames burning in woods near the tracks.

    SEPTA announced around 7:40 a.m. that service would resume with Train No. 319 operating from the Somerton Station with the first train to West Trenton set to leave the University City Station at 8:09 a.m. Passengers should expect residual delays of up to 15 minutes, SEPTA said. Top News: Explosion in New York During Rush HourTop News: Explosion in New York During Rush Hour