Hudson River overflows into Hoboken's streets

HOBOKEN - The usually bustling city of Hoboken is desolate tonight amid flooded streets and windy conditions. Officials have put sandbags at the entrance of The New Jersey PATH train station in Hoboken to keep both people and floodwaters out. Residents and officials alike are keeping an eye on the Hudson River, hoping it doesn't come much further into the streets of Hoboken. A mandatory curfew is in effect in Hoboken. Residents are asked to stay inside.Hurricane Resources NJ Dual Doppler News 12 Traffic and Weather LIVENews 12 New Jersey Weather CenterSchool Closings

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