Amtrak Trains stuck in Lincoln and McCook with flooding in central Nebraska

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) -- Amtrak reported two trains were stuck in Nebraska Tuesday morning because of flooding.

California Zephyr Train 5, that departed Chicago on Monday, was stuck in Lincoln for several hours. The train has now moved west to Holdrege where it's holding for an open track.

California Zephyr Train 6, that departed Emeryville on Sunday, is holding in McCook.

Amtrak said this is because of flooding conditions between Holdrege and McCook.

Holdrege received more than 4 inches of rain Monday night into Tuesday morning.