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MBTA Green Line Tree On Wire Repair

MBTA crews responded quickly today to a trolley operator's report of a tree leaning on Green Line D branch guide wire near the Beaconsfield Station. 

The report came in at 10:23am.  Workers removed the tree and made repairs in time to restore train service by 11:36am.

T Green Line customers received bus service during the outage.  

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