Hurricane Sandy Halts Many Indiana Flights

The hurricane has halted air travel at Detroit and Chicago.

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Amtrak has also stopped service on its northeast corridor.

Indiana airlines, train travel and businesses could be idled this week as Hurricane Sandy barrels down on the East Coast.

Flight delays and cancellations are already affecting air travel in Detroit and Chicago, two cities that connect hundreds of daily passengers from Fort Wayne International Airport.

Indianapolis flights to and from the East Coast are being canceled. Amtrak has already started canceling train service on its northeast corridor.

Indiana Red Cross volunteers and power companies are also gearing up to provide needed assistance.

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