If the madhouse that was Super Bowl Boulevard during the week was any indication of what was to come today, then this story should come as no surprise. This afternoon, emergency medical workers were needed to assist "several people" who collapsed in an overcrowded and overheated Secaucus train station en route to MetLife Stadium. It is believed that the long lines coupled with the "airport-style security machines" led to everything coming to a standstill and people becoming agitated, overwhelmed and possibly claustrophobic. 

Eventually, more trains arrived but people still started chanting, "New Jersey, your Super Bowl sucks!" Welp, that's New Yorkers for ya! 

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[via The Big Lead]