How Amtrak Passengers Entertained Themselves While Trapped on Train: Today on Inside Edition

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Nearly 200 passengers found themselves stranded inside a stuck train for 36 hours from Sunday to Tuesday. 

Inside Edition spoke to passengers who explained why their only option was to stay positive. Here's how they kept themselves entertained. 

With a cane by her side, Selma Blair hit the famed Vanity Fair Oscars party for her first public appearance since revealing she's been living with multiple sclerosis. On Tuesday, she appeared on "Good Morning America" to discuss the challenges of the diagnosis. 

A woman who survived an acid attack recalled the terrifying moment the man confronted her. On Tuesday, he was sentenced to 17 years in prison for the attack. "I was totally on fire,”  D. Alexandra Dyer said.

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