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Storm damage delays commutes

PECO, SEPTA, PATCO report outages, damage.

I caught Billy Penn snoozing on the job... Mother Nature zapped him awake!

Posted by Jennifer Finley on Tuesday, June 23, 2015

The storms that passed through Philadelphia and its suburbs have left more than 300,000 people without power and several mass transit lines shut down.

Roadways in the city's western suburbs, Chester and Delaware counties, were the hardest hit.

Regional rail lines from Thorndale, Ellwyn and Fox Chase is suspended. On the Norristown High Speed Line, service stops at Radnor.SEPTA says it will likely have service restored by mid-morning.

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Service on the PATCO High Speed Line is also suspended.

PECO reports that road closures throughout the area are impacting the ability of crews to get to downed wires.

They'll probably make your drive to work difficult too.

 
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