LIRR Port Jefferson service restored after fire

Officials suspended service on the Long Island Rail

Officials suspended service on the Long Island Rail Road between Stony Brook and Port Jefferson due to a warehouse fire in the area, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. (March 30, 2013) (Credit: Chris Sabella)

Service has been completely restored on the Long Island Rail Road between Stony Brook and Port Jefferson, after it was suspended due to a warehouse fire in the area, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Service on that part of the Port Jefferson line was suspended around 4:30 p.m.

Terryville firefighters responded to the fire at 100 Sheep Pasture Rd. and were still there around 7:45 p.m.


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The fire was in a vacant building on the former Lawrence Aviation property, officials said. No other information was available.

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