Governor: Full service back after weekend train derailment

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  • In this photo provided by Sarah Qamar shows a Long Island Railroad train derailed near New Hyde Park, N.Y., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016.  The commuter train derailed east of New York City after it hit a work train on the tracks. A spokesman for the Long Island Rail Road says the eastbound train derailed east of New Hyde Park just after 9 p.m. Saturday. A spokeswoman for the Nassau County Police Department says there are 50 to 100 injuries, none of them life-threatening. (Sarah Qamar via AP)

    In this photo provided by Sarah Qamar shows a Long Island Railroad train derailed near New Hyde Park, N.Y., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. The commuter train derailed east of New York City after it hit a work train on the tracks. A spokesman for the Long ... Island Rail Road says the eastbound train derailed east of New Hyde Park just after 9 p.m. Saturday. A spokeswoman for the Nassau County Police Department says there are 50 to 100 injuries, none of them life-threatening. (Sarah Qamar via AP) (The Associated Press)

  • In this photo provided by Sarah Qamar rescue personnel look at a Long Island Railroad train that derailed near New Hyde Park, N.Y., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016.  The commuter train derailed east of New York City after it hit a work train on the tracks. A spokesman for the Long Island Rail Road says the eastbound train derailed east of New Hyde Park just after 9 p.m. Saturday. A spokeswoman for the Nassau County Police Department says there are 50 to 100 injuries, none of them life-threatening. (Sarah Qamar via AP)

    In this photo provided by Sarah Qamar rescue personnel look at a Long Island Railroad train that derailed near New Hyde Park, N.Y., Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. The commuter train derailed east of New York City after it hit a work train on the tracks. A ... spokesman for the Long Island Rail Road says the eastbound train derailed east of New Hyde Park just after 9 p.m. Saturday. A spokeswoman for the Nassau County Police Department says there are 50 to 100 injuries, none of them life-threatening. (Sarah Qamar via AP) (The Associated Press)

Full rush-hour service has been restored for the Monday evening commute on the Long Island Rail Road following a weekend derailment.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement Monday afternoon.

The Long Island Rail Road is running a regular weekday schedule for the evening on the affected Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma and Oyster Bay branches.

State officials say a 12-car commuter train and a work train performing track maintenance "side-swiped" each other Saturday night, causing the commuter train to derail east of New York City.

Thirty-three people were injured, four of them seriously.

The National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate.

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Cuomo says crews used a crane to re-rail the derailed train and then moved from the site. They also repaired damaged tracks and conducted the necessary inspections before restoring service.