NEW JERSEY – Multiple wildfires erupted in New Jersey on Wednesday, causing Amtrak delays and burning an old railroad trestle in a wooded area of a county, officials and Our 47 Helicopter images show.
The fire in Matawan was consuming old railroad tracks near Little Street and Johnson Avenue, while the wildfire in Edison appeared not far from residential areas.
Additionally, NJ Transit has also issued a notice to its customers notifying them of the suspension of service on the Northeast Corridor line.
“Northeast Corridor Line rail service is suspended in both directions between Trenton and Penn Station New York due to fire department activity near Edison. Customers should seek alternate transportation. We are working as quickly as possible to provide alternate bus service,” the notice on NJ Transit’s website reads.
It is not known what started the fires.
Emergency response is ongoing.
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