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That storm landed a knock-out blow; Providence, Haverhill trains couldn't go

The MBTA reported at 11:14 a.m. it had suspended all Providence Line service "until further notice due to debris on the tracks from severe weather in the Mansfield area. At 11:37, Keolis reported a train to Boston had left Wickford Junction but would hold at Attleboro because some of that debris remained on the tracks.

Three minutes after it reported the Providence Line suspension, Keolis reported Haverhill Line trains would terminate at Andover due to flooding north of that station. At 11:44 a.m., they updated that the floodwaters had receded enough that a train to Haverhill, originally meant to depart at 11:10, would be chugging northward all the way to the Big H.



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