Amtrak service between NY and New Haven back up and running after train derailment

New Haven

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Amtrak Northeast reported Tuesday night just before 8 p.m. that service between New York Penn Station (NYP) and New Haven (NHV) was suspended in both directions due to a freight train derailment.

Amtrak says the derailment occurred in the Bronx and was “impacting the Amtrak overhead catenary system.”

Service between NYP and NHV stations was restored Wednesday. No word on if anyone was hurt.

For the latest updates on train status visit Amtrak.com.

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