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Santa Rosa Co resident stuck for hours due to stalled train

SANTA ROSA COUNTY  --  Some people in Santa Rosa County have been stuck in place for hours because of a stalled train.

The C-S-X train broke down on the railroad tracks near the intersection of Mulat Road at Montecito Boulevard in Pace around 3 am.
   
Traffic has been blocked since the train broke down.
People we spoke with were angry that the train has sat unattended for so long.

You have school children, military personnel, a doctor who can't get to work because they left it unattended.

They came out at like 4 am and said we will have a crew to move the train around 10 am and just left us.

No word how long it will take to get the train moved.