Shoreline East running behind schedule this morning after train derailment

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Shoreline East trains will be running 30 to 40 minutes behind schedule after a train derailed Tuesday in New Haven with no injuries reported.

Kevin Nursick, a spokesman for the state Department of Transportation, called the incident on Tuesday a “very minor derailment.” He says the front wheels of the locomotive came off the track as the train headed into New Haven.

The train remained upright. Fourteen passengers were moved to another train.


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