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Multiple brush fires in New Jersey have disrupted rail services on the Northeast Corridor route.

The fires, located near the train tracks in Edison, have caused chaos for commuters traveling between Trenton and Penn Station.

New Jersey Transit had to suspend its Northeast Corridor service for over an hour due to the fires.

While limited service has now resumed, it has only been restored to Metro Park, which is north of the affected area.

Fire crews are still working to contain the fire, and substitute bus services are being provided.

New Jersey rail users can also use the New Jersey coastline service between New York and Rahway, Morrison Essex, Montclair Boonton.

Additionally, Transit rail tickets will be honored by PATH at Newark Penn Station and 33rd Street.

Commuters are advised to check the latest information on the official website.

The situation has caused frustration for many commuters, with one woman saying that she had no idea how she would get home after arriving for a meeting in the area.

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