NJ TRANSIT Train Experiences Minor Derailment En Route To Penn Station
NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork) — Some NJ TRANSIT customers were stopped in their tracks Tuesday after the train they were on experienced a minor derailment.
The 3:16 p.m. train from Dover, N.J. was headed to Penn Station on the Morris/Essex line when the derailment occurred, CBS 2 reported.
Officials said the derailment affected the engine car, which was pushing the other nine cars.
Passengers that were on the train were placed on a rescue train at around 5:18 p.m., CBS 2 reported.
There were no injuries related to the incident.
Delays were reported on the line through the afternoon rush, but service had returned to normal by 9:30 p.m.
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