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Metrolink Train Service Shuts Down, 110 Freeway Opens

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Three Metrolink Oceanside bound trains from San Bernardino were canceled early this morning after a "person or body" was hit by a freight train late last night. The investigation on this "man or body" lasted until around 6:00 a.m. when the train scheduled resumed service. 110 FREEWAY. Unfortunately, Caltrans didn't get the northbound 110 Freeway open until after last night's rush hour. It re-opened at 7:40, a little over 24-hours after problems were first reported.