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Woman Who Fled Hurricane Irma For NJ Gets Stuck In NJ Transit Rail Yard

A college student who left Florida to avoid Hurricane Irma ended up trapped in a NJ Transit car parked in a rail yard on Thursday. Claire Connelly told, "I fell asleep reading biology notecards, I was just exhausted from all the chaos." She was headed towards Middletown, NJ, but fell asleep and woke up at the end of the Raritan line. [ more › ]
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