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Train That Derailed To Resume Service Wednesday

Aisha Knowles / AP

In this image provided the Alameda County Fire Department, first responders work the scene after a car of a commuter train plunged into Alameda Creek after the train derailed about 45 miles east of San Francisco.

Aisha Knowles / AP

(AP) — The commuter train that derailed in Northern California will resume service Wednesday.

Altamont Corridor Express spokesman Brian Schmidt tells the San Jose Mercury News a westbound train will leave Stockton at 4:20 a.m. and will pass the area of the accident at 6 a.m.

Crews using two large cranes were working Tuesday to pull the submerged car out of Alameda Creek.

The other four cars had been moved down the tracks by Tuesday evening.

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