New Year's Eve is rarely a wonderful event, but few folks had as nightmarish an evening as the revelers leaving the city on a Metro-North train that broke down after Bridgeport at 3:40 a.m. and sat there without heat or electricity until a rescue train came at 6:25 a.m. Can you picture that? Sitting there drunk for nearly three hours, too frigid to even pass out? If you blacked out or even ralphed, at least be grateful it was in a warm bed. [NBCNewYork]
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