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NJ Transit looks into storm preparations

Posted on November 20, 2012

TRENTON, N.J. — A report said NJ Transit launched a probe into its Superstorm Sandy preparations, looking primarily at the decision to store trains in areas that ended up getting flooded, CBS New York reported.

Nearly one-third of the transit system’s fleet was damaged in the storm. Some say the potential  loss of millions of dollars could have been prevented. For the full story, click here.

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