Firefighters Contain Stubborn Warehouse Blaze That Led to NJ Transit Suspensions - NBC New York

Firefighters Contain Stubborn Warehouse Blaze That Led to NJ Transit Suspensions

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    Video Shows Crews Battling Linden Fire

    Crews were battling a fire at an abandoned warehouse in Linden Wednesday night. (Credit: Mike Wronski)

    (Published Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017)

    Firefighters continued to battle a warehouse fire in Linden Thursday morning that led to partial suspensions on two NJ Transit rail lines.

    The fire broke out at an abandoned warehouse around 10 p.m. Wednesday and was still burning Thursday morning, Linden fire officials said.

    No injuries were reported, but the fire involved hazardous materials and was close enough to train tracks that NJ Transit had to suspend service between Metropark and Newark Penn on the North East Corridor and New Jersey Coast Line.

    Service was restored with delays in both directions shortly before 3 a.m. and returned to normal just after 4 a.m. 

    Newsday via Getty Images

    Crews were finally able to get the fire under control shortly before 4:30 a.m. 

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