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S.F. Bay Area Rail Strike Continues on 4th of July

(SAN FRANCISCO) — Strike weary San Francisco Bay area commuters are getting a reprieve from crammed buses and bumper-to-bumper traffic thanks to the Fourth of July holiday as rail workers begin their fourth day of a walkout Thursday. No agreement was announced as negotiations between Bay Area Rapid Transit agency officials and its two largest labor unions went late into the night Wednesday.
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