Flooding reported in PATH train stations in NJ

Flooding from superstorm Sandy has been reported in PATH train stations in Hoboken and Jersey City along the Hudson River. A surveillance camera inside the

HOBOKEN - Flooding from superstorm Sandy has been reported in PATH train stations in Hoboken and Jersey City along the Hudson River.

A surveillance camera inside the underground station in Hoboken captured water gushing in through an elevator door.

PATH officials say flooding has also occurred at the underground station at Exchange Place in Jersey City. They are not able to say how bad the flooding is.

PATH service between Manhattan and New Jersey has been suspended since midnight Sunday.

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