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Minor NJ Transit train derailment in Orange
NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- A minor New Jersey Transit train derailment in Orange, New Jersey is causing delays for the commute home.
This all happened around 4:14 p.m. Tuesday, just west of the Orange Station over Route 280.
Crews are working on the tracks. It appears the engine car derailed.
All passengers are off of the nine train cars. No one was injured.
New Jersey Transit says there are 30 minute delays on the Morris-Essex Line.
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