UPDATE: SSL trains no longer bussing between South Bend, Carroll Avenue.

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5:50 p.m. UPDATE: Train 17 returning to regular service between Carroll Ave. and South Bend Airport stations after earlier storm damage.

UPDATE TWO: Service to Hudson Lake Station has been suspended during busing. Trains between Chicago and Carroll Avenue will operate as regularly scheduled.

UPDATE: Due to wire damage and downed trees in South Bend, the South Shore Line has buses on their way to transport passengers between Carroll Avenue and South Bend Airport.

ORIGINAL: SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The South Shore Lines has announced that Tuesday morning's server storms have caused downed trees and wire that are impacting train schedules.

"Due to trees and wire down, Westbound Train 20 remains stopped east of Hudson Lake Station," the SSL stated. "Time of delay is unknown and we will update when on the move."

A previous issue of an outage at a substation has been resolved and all trains impacted by that are on the move.

"Expect delays of 45-60+ minutes," the SSL stated. "Please be at your station in the event times of delays are shorter than expected."

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