Power issues slow trains in and out of NY Penn Station

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Train service into and out of New York Penn Station is delayed due to issues with Amtrak overhead wires.

Delays of around 90 minutes are expected in and out of Manhattan.

PATH is cross honoring NJ Transit and Amtrak customers at 33rd Street in Manhattan, Hoboken, and Newark.

Travelers are urged to plan alternate routes if possible.

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