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Train derailment

Rikien Wilder had noticed a man putting debris in tracks.
The MTA says the train hit debris on the tracks.
"Amtrak's apparent disregard for NJ Transit's customers is entirely unacceptable to me," Christie said in a sternly-worded missive to Amtrak.
It's the little things.
Monday morning's "minor" NJ Transit derailment in Penn Station continues to cause major headaches for commuters.
Twenty-six trains have either been cancelled or diverted as a result of track work stemming from Monday's train derailment at Penn Station.
"I didn’t see the first pitch. I don’t even know who threw out the first pitch. I didn’t get to see the national anthem."
Expect delays and cancellations.
No injuries were reported after a NJ Transit train out of Trenton derailed near Penn Station, stopping service in and out of New York.
Service on the LIRR was returned to normal, but some NJ Transit trains are still not running today.
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