NJ State Police conduct drill in northern NJ

People can expect to see state troopers and emergency responders along northern New Jersey's roads, railroad tracks and waterways this week.

The New Jersey State Police and emergency management officials are conducting a large-scale exercise throughout Bergen, Hudson, Essex, Passaic, Morris, Union and Middlesex counties.

Officials say people can expect to see an increase in the number of uniformed officers and emergency vehicles. However, no traffic delays are expected.

The drills are expected to end on Saturday April 9.

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