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      NY's Metro-North service restored after 2 hours

      New York's Metro-North Railroad has restored service after a computer system power problem forced it to temporarily stop trains on three of its five lines. Residual delays are expected.{}{} {}A spokeswoman for the nation's second-busiest railroad says its Hudson, Harlem and New Haven line trains were brought to a halt Thursday night for safety purposes while electricians worked to hook up temporary power to the computer system.{}{} {}Trains were taken to the nearest stations, where riders were allowed to exit. All trains had power and heat during the two-hour interruption.{}{} {}The cause of the power problem hasn't been determined.{}{} {}Metro-North serves 281,000 riders a day in New York and Connecticut. It has experienced a spate of problems in the last year, including a derailment in the Bronx that killed four passengers.

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