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Trains are expected to be delayed due to a suspicious early morning railroad car fire in San Luis Obispo.
Amtrak announced on their Twitter page that Train 774 was cancelled and passengers will be re-accommodated onto connecting buses between San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara. Passengers traveling southbound from Los Angeles may board Metrolink Train 684 or 580. Recently Amtrak announced an "on-time" section of Train 774 will now be available to operate between Los Angeles and San Diego.
The fire was first reported at 3:30 a.m. near Garibaldi Ave in San Luis Obispo. Five separate railroad cars full of railroad ties were found to be on fire, which officials determined to be suspicious.
This article first appeared on www.edhat.com
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