Normal A Train Service Resumes After Train Derails

The MTA said Sunday that service was back to normal on the A, C and D lines

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    Service is back on track on the A train after a derailment spurred the evacuation of dozens of passengers.

    The MTA said Sunday that service was back to normal on the A, C and D lines.

    A train on the southbound A line lost a wheel and derailed on Manhattan's Upper West Side just after 9 a.m. Saturday.

    The passengers had to board another train that backed up to the stranded one. They were brought to the Columbus Circle station.

    No one was injured.


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