Updated 08/08/14 – 6:18 a.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) — Service on Metra’s BNSF Railway was back to normal Friday morning, although with some minor delays, the morning after a train struck and killed two people in the Little Village neighborhood.

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Metra originally said it would be operating on a reduced schedule for the morning rush, because several crews were unable to get enough rest after several trains were delayed Thursday evening when a train struck and killed a man and a woman on a set of elevated tracks near 21st Street and Homan Avenue shortly before 5 p.m.

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However, by early Friday morning, Metra said all trains would run as normal for the morning rush, though minor delays were anticipated.

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Seven trains, all outbound, were canceled Thursday evening, and trains in both directions were stopped for nearly two hours.