NEW BRITAIN, Pa. (WPVI) -- A downed tree prompted SEPTA to suspend service on its Lansdale/Doylestown Regional Rail line Thursday morning.
The tree came down near New Britain and landed on some overhead wires.
SEPTA and PECO utility crews were on the scene working to remove the tree.
Service was suspended between Doylestown and Link Belt.
Limited service was operating from Link Belt to Center City Philadelphia.
At last check, no delays were being reported on SEPTA's website.
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