2008_11_lirr26.jpgLong Island Rail Road crews are still working around the clock to repair track and signals damaged when a train derailed at Jamaica Station on Sunday. Though the jackknifed train car was removed, Newsday reports, "LIRR officials say a wealth of damage was left behind, including to signal systems, wiring and hundreds of feet of track - some of which required exhaustive 'inch-by-inch precision' repairs." Like Monday and yesterday, the MTA is canceling a number of trains during the Wednesday AM rush, but will go ahead with the extra eastbound trains for afternoon customers heading home for the Thanksgiving holiday--here's the MTA's LIRR alert page. An LIRR spokesman said, "We're doing our best to make sure we can provide the most amount of service we can while keeping in mind that safety is our first priority."