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Flooding Causes Amtrak Trains To Stop Between D.C. And New Carrollton

WASHINGTON (WJZ) -- Flash flooding in Maryland is causing service disruptions for Amtrak trains between Washington, D.C. and New Carrollton in Prince George's County.

Amtrak said there is a hold on all tracks between the two stations due to flooding.


At least one train is currently stopped in Washington and others are seeing significant delays.

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