Amtrak service between New Haven, Conn., and Providence has been restored after crews removed a large tree from one of the two available tracks in Cranston.
The suspension of service on the Northeast Corridor was announced Friday morning.
Officials said the tree and other debris fell onto the railroad's overhead wire system on High Street, following storms that moved into the area Thursday night.
Passengers can expect residual delays while crews work to restore the second track into service, officials said.
Passengers who have bought tickets but decide not to travel because of the service suspension are eligible for a refund.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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