Cliff collapse causes train delays through Del Mar

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SAN DIEGO – A cliff collapse in Del Mar halted train service along the coast Monday, transit officials said.

North County Transit District announced the delayed coastal train service around 9:45 a.m. due to “cliff failure.”

“Northbound C639 is not proceeding past Sorrento Valley station and Southbound C644 will not proceed past Solana Beach station, due to a report of cliff failure in Del Mar. BREEZE/MTS units will be at Sorrento Valley and Solana Beach to continue North and South.”

Train service resumed an hour later.

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