NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Delayed After Fatality

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NJ Transit and Amtrak trains were delayed in central New Jersey Friday morning after a trespasser fatality in Middlesex County, officials said. 

Trains service on the Northeast Corridor line was temporarily suspended because of police activity near the Metropark station, officials said. Police responded to a trespasser fatality west of the station, in Iselin, at about 5 a.m.

Service on the Northeast Corridor line resumed shortly after 6:30 a.m., but trains were delayed peaked at about 90 minutes. Currently, delays between Trenton and Metropark are between 30 minutes and 1 hour.

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Amtrack trains were also delayed earlier Friday because of the fatality.

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