Rail service on two NJ Transit lines has been restored in both directions Wednesday afternoon after a truck hit a power transformer, officials said.
Service on the Northeast Corridor and the North Jersey Coast lines was suspended for about two hours Wednesday afternoon after a flatbed truck flipped over on the tracks and hit the transformer at a crossing on Route 27 in Iselin, officials say.
No injuries were been reported.
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Residual delays should be expected on both lines, officials say.
The suspensions followed a pair of earlier suspensions on the Morris and Essex and Pascack lines earlier in the day for unrelated incidents.