New York City-bound emoticon train from Montreal disabled the previous night of American Thanksgiving – one of the busiest travel days of the year – when its two cars separated.
There were no reports of injuries between passengers and crew of 287, however, it is not clear what happened due to the problem.
I'm on one #Mtrrack Going to NYC to Train for Thanksgiving. About ten minutes from Albany, a pop smell struck the electrical burning and the cold air rushed. Turned around and looked back and saw that the train mice were missing pic.twitter.com/6nPhft2qpn
Train 68 – Called Adirondack – When traveling from Montreal, the train experienced a train called "mechanical issue" near Ampou, near NB, 7:30 PM. Wednesday
New York software engineer Chuck Rhivers arrived at his parents' home on Long Island for Thanksgiving and was sitting in the first car behind Locomotive in Albany.
Shortly after pulling the train, he said that he and the other passengers heard a pop and his voice, the burning smells nothing and felt the cold air rush before observing different.
Some crying children were comforted by their parents, Reeves said, but in most part nobody was scared and the state's soldiers immediately sat and made sure that everyone was safe.
He said, "Everyone started to roam around," to see only there was no train behind them.
The train was slow in one stop soon and a carrier left the car later and sat in his car.
Other train passengers were brought to their remaining travel.