Train Derailment in New York Kills Four, Injures Over 60
Four people are dead and over 60 injured after a train derailed in the Bronx. 5 of the 7 cars went off the track along the Hudson River.
According to USA Today, the train took off from Poughkeepsie early Sunday morning before derailing near the Spuyter Duyvil station, north of Manhattan.
Service on the Hudson Line has been suspended from Tarrytown to Grand Central. Buses will take passengers from Tarrytown to the White Plains station to catch a ride into New York City. Get updates at the Metro-North website.
Here's where the Metro-North train derailed, just across from Inwood in Spuyten Duyvil, Bronx. pic.twitter.com/8eUzsGZ6ds
— Jody Avirgan (@jodyavirgan) December 1, 2013
Prayers for the families on the Metro North line. Scary - we all take trains around here and this is eye-opening. pic.twitter.com/2dfXiCZvq5
— NYRagers (@NYRagers) December 1, 2013
— Jamie Shupak (@JamieShupak) December 1, 2013