According to the Metropolitan Transit Authority, a Brooklyn-bound A train in the New York City subway system derailed in Harlem on the morning of Tuesday, June 27, causing damage to the tunnel, power supply, and switch system. The accident, which occurred between 135th Street and 125th Street, resulted in at least 36 minor injuries and the evacuation of several trains. Service has been disrupted on the A, B, C, and D lines. Authorities have not yet determined what caused the derailment, nor have they stated when normal service is expected to resume.
Individuals in New York City are advised to consult the Metropolitan Transit Authority for further information and to monitor developments to the situation.