PATCO Train Evacuated in Camden Due to Smoke Inside - NBC 10 Philadelphia

PATCO Train Evacuated in Camden Due to Smoke Inside

The train stopped at the Camden station on 5th and Market streets and was taken out of service.

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    The bitter cold led to commuter chaos during the Monday evening rush, including smoke inside a PATCO train in Camden, New Jersey and stalled cars on the road. NBC10's Keith Jones has the details. (Published Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017)

    A PATCO train was evacuated in Camden, New Jersey Monday due to smoke inside.

    The train stopped at the Camden station on 5th and Market streets and was taken out of service. None of the passengers were injured. PATCO service is experiencing 15 to 20 minute delays both eastbound and westbound.

    Officials say the smoke came from the train's traction motor. They also say it may have been caused by cold and moisture from the recent snowstorms.