Train derails at NYC's Penn Station; no injuries reported

Tuesday, 04 Apr, 2017

The LIRR said it will cancel 18 trains out of Penn between 4 and 8 p.m., and will have eight others originate at Atlantic Terminal or Jamaica.

Travelers along the busy Northeast Corridor are dealing with service delays for the second time in as many weeks after a NJ Transit train derailed near New York's Penn Station.

This morning's incident left four people injured after a train pulling into the station around 9am had a "slow speed derailment".

It was not immediately clear whether the wheel came off before or after the derailment.

Tickets were being cross-honored system-wide among NJ Transit buses, private carriers and PATH at Newark Penn Station, Hoboken and 33rd Street in New York, as well as the New York Waterway.

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The FDNY said there was one minor injury. NJ Transit officials said that the cause of the derailment was still under investigation.

A New Jersey Transit train derailed in Penn Station Monday.

According to the Post, a rescue train was brought in to transfer the passengers, and multiple NJ Transit lines were suspended as a result of the derailment.

Acela service on the Acela Express and Northeast Regional lines will be delayed between Newark and NY.