MBTA Green Line train car derails in Boston

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March 10, 2014, 1:15 pm
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Attached is raw chopper video from the scene. There is no audio.


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2 P.M. UPDATE:
MBTA announced that service to the C and D branches will not be restored Monday. Buses will be picking up and dropping off near Beacon and Munson streets for C trains and near Brookline Ave and Landsdowne Street for D trains.

1:50 P.M. UPDATE:
According to Boston EMS, 10 patients have now been transported. Four of those patients came from the Fenway site and six from Kenmore. Five patients were transported to Brigham & Women's, three to Beth Israel and two to Boston Medical Center.

1:30 P.M. UPDATE:
Boston EMS Deputy Superintendent Susan Schiller told NECN that three patients were transported from the Fenway site. NECN reporter Greg Wayland has learned that none of the injuries are life-threatening.

(NECN) - One car of a two-car train derailed in Boston Monday morning, MBTA confirmed.

The Green Line's D train bound for Riverside went off the tracks just west of Kenmore Station.

The derailment took place where the D and C branches intersect.

C branch trains between Kenmore and St. Mary's and D branch trains between Kenmore and Fenway were replaced by bus service.

Boston EMS reported seven people reported injuries.

MassDOT previously confirmed that four people, including the car's operator, reported back pain.


NECN will have more as this story develops.

Tags: Boston, massachusetts, Fenway, St. Mary's, MBTA, Green Line, Riverside, Kenmore, train derailment, Kenmore Station
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