Service resumes after disabled NJ Transit train causes delays at Penn Station

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Thursday, August 4, 2022
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NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Passengers stuck aboard a disabled NJ Transit train for hours were finally rescued Wednesday night.

Dozens of passengers were stuck on the NJ Transit train #3733 to Rahway in the Hudson River tunnel for nearly two hours with no power and no AC.

A diesel locomotive pushed the train to the Secaucus station.

The disabled train caused delays in and out of Penn Station in New York.

Service has since resumed with residual delays.


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