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Canadian National Railway crews have restored service to a railroad line that was disrupted when a timber bridge burned and collapsed near International Falls on May 27.
The bridge, which crossed the Rat Root River, is on a major rail line that sees as many as 24 trains per day. The line crosses the border at Ranier — the busiest rail crossing between the U.S. and Canada — and continues south to Duluth.
CN spokeswoman Emily Hamer said trains are being rerouted over a temporary structure while the main bridge is being repaired. Koochiching County Sheriff Perryn Hedlund said in an email that the structure was in place as of Saturday.
"The CN line in Minnesota is back in service and trains are operating normally," Hamer said Tuesday. She did not have a timeline for the completion of a permanent replacement bridge.
This article first appeared on www.duluthnewstribune.com
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