Commuter train strikes tractor-trailer in Sloatsburg
NEW YORK - The Port Jervis line of the Metro-North Railroad was suspended in both directions for about two hours after a train struck a tractor-trailer near the Sloatsburg and Tuxedo stations in New York on Tuesday night.
Video from SkyFOX shows a tractor-trailer split in half. No injuries were reported.
Bus service was provided to commuters while rail service was suspended. Service resumed with delays at about 8:30 p.m.
The MTA Police Department is investigating.
Trains on the Port Jervis line originate in New Jersey. New Jersey Transit runs the service under contract with the MTA.