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Police Probe Briefly Shuts Down PATH Service to World Trade Center

Some sort of police investigation briefly forced a total suspension of PATH service to World Trade Center Thursday morning, compounding headaches for commuters already grappling with the ongoing mess at New York's Penn Station.

Service initially had been running with delays, but the Port Authority shut it down around 9:45 a.m. Service was restored about 15 minutes later, and lingering delays were expected.

The nature of the police probe wasn't immediately clear, but photos posted to social media showed a heavy emergency presence on the World Trade Center-bound platform at Exchange Place in Jersey City. 

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