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NASHVILLE (WSMV) - The Music City Star will run on its regular schedule Monday morning after concerns about flooding.

Early Monday, track inspectors determined the railroad tracks were clear enough to safely operate the commuter train.

The Regional Transportation Authority had previously warned customers that there could be a service disruption due to flooding along the tracks.

Storms will be continuing to move through Middle Tennessee on Monday. Passengers will receive updates from the staff at Riverfront Station and on Facebook and Twitter.

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