Port Jervis train service suspended as police investigate discovery of a body

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Police block the entrance to the Town of Wallkill Metro-North station this morning (c) Mid-Hudson News

WALLKILL – All Port Jervis Metro-North train service is suspended this morning as police investigate the discovery of a body along the railroad tracks at the Town of Wallkill train station.

Wallkill Town and State Police cars are blocking the entrance to that station and turning commuters away.

A spokesman for NJ Transit, which operates the west of Hudson Metro-North service, said the Port Jervis line has suspended all traffic in both directions because of “police activity.”