The locomotive of an Amtrak practice headed to New York Penn Station separated from the remainder of the practice on Wednesday evening, in accordance with the rail company.
Amtrak stated that practice 68 from Montreal had the problem close to Albany about 7:30 p.m..
Not one of the 287 passengers or crew members aboard had been harm, and one other practice was introduced in so the riders may end their journeys.
Riders on the practice posted to social media that they heard a pop, bought a whiff of burning odor and felt a rush of chilly air.
Amtrak stated it’s investigating the problem.