NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Resume With Delays After Person Struck on Track

Some Amtrak trains and NJ Transit trains experienced delays Wednesday evening after a person was struck by an Amtrak train in New Jersey, authorities say. 

The Amtrak struck a person near the Jersey Avenue Station in New Brunswick, according to authorities. Westbound Amtrak and NJ Transit Northeast Corridor trains were temporarily held at Penn Station in New York while authorities investigated. 

Amtrak and NJ Transit service have since resumed with delays. 

NJ Transit tickets were being cross-honored on PATH out of 33rd Street and World Trade Center in New York, and at Hoboken and Newark Penn. 

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