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N.Y. resumes cell phone service in commuter tunnels

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N.Y. resumes cell phone service in commuter tunnels

Cell phone service was restored in two major New York commuter tunnels late on Tuesday after being shut down due to security concerns following the deadly bomb blasts earlier this month in London.

Cell phone service in the Lincoln and Holland tunnels, which go under the Hudson River to connect New Jersey and Manhattan, was cut off on July 7 following the blasts that killed more than 50 people in London.

Read the complete story. (Reuters)