PATCO train breaks down on Ben Franklin Bridge
BEN FRANKLIN BRIDGE, N.J. - March 16, 2013 (WPVI) -- Authorities say a PATCO train broke down on the Ben Franklin Bridge and two people were arrested for leaving and walking on the tracks.
It happened around 7:00 Saturday night.
A number of people were onboard and another train was being dispatched.
Officials with the Delaware River Port Authority say two passengers became impatient, exited the train and began walking on the tracks.
No one was injured but police arrested both passengers for trespassing and related charges.
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