OSSINING, New York (WABC) -- Metro-North's Hudson Line is back in service after an industrial accident in Westchester County snarled the evening commute on Monday.
Metro-North temporarily suspended stops in Ossining after firefighters were called to an industrial facility adjacent to the station due to reports of overheating alcohol tanks.
That meant passengers already on the train had to find another way home.
The Ossining Station was eventually re-opened.
There's no word on what caused the industrial accident.
Industrial accident temporarily disrupts Metro-North service in Ossining