Power Outage Forces Amtrak CEO To Drive To Del. Amtrak CEO Joe Boardman was traveling to Wilmington, Del., for a ceremony to rename the city's train station after Vice President Joe Biden. But Boardman's train got stuck in Baltimore because of a power outage. Boardman got off the train and jumped into a car.
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Power Outage Forces Amtrak CEO To Drive To Del.

Power Outage Forces Amtrak CEO To Drive To Del.

Power Outage Forces Amtrak CEO To Drive To Del.

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Amtrak CEO Joe Boardman was traveling to Wilmington, Del., for a ceremony to rename the city's train station after Vice President Joe Biden. But Boardman's train got stuck in Baltimore because of a power outage. Boardman got off the train and jumped into a car.

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