New York commuter train slams into tractor-trailer at railroad crossing

A commuter train in New York tore a tractor-trailer in half after slamming into it Tuesday night at a railroad crossing north of New York City.

The Ramapo Police Department said the incident happened around 6:30 p.m. in the village of Sloatsburg, located about 35 miles northwest of midtown Manhattan.

Video from FOX5 showed the tractor-trailer split in half after the Metro-North commuter train collided with it.

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Video of the crash recorded by Chris Schucht, of Tuxedo, New York, shows the train striking the trailer at the intersection of Orange Turnpike and Washington Avenue.

The scene after a Metro-North commuter train struck a tractor-trailer at a railroad crossing.

The scene after a Metro-North commuter train struck a tractor-trailer at a railroad crossing. (Town of Ramapo Police Department)

“Oh my goodness,” another witness can be heard saying as the incident unfolded. “Oh boy. Oh my God!”

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Authorities in Ramapo said that despite the dramatic images of the splintered truck, there were no injuries reported.

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The incident caused service along the Port Jervis line to be suspended in both directions for about two hours, according to FOX5. Service resumed with delays by 8:30 p.m.

The crash is now being investigated by the MTA Police Department.