DEVELOPING STORY: A subway train has derailed in Baltimore. There are reports of multiple injuries. Local news reporters say the train was above ground when it left the tracks.
“A car on its side with people trying to get out of it,” is how one first responder described the accident scene.
All rail traffic has been stopped and power has been cut in the area. There’s no word on how many injuries or what caused the train to derail.
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Lakesha Smith’s brother was on the subway. Before being taken to the hospital by ambulance for a hand injury, he briefly came over to hug his sister.— Cristina Mendez (@CrisMendezTV) December 26, 2022
Here’s a recap of the way her brother described the partial derailment: @wjz pic.twitter.com/wcIgPtqDpy
🚨#BREAKING: A Subway train has derailed with reports of injuries— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) December 27, 2022
📌#Baltimore | #MD
Authorities are on scene at Rogers Ave Metro after a Subway train derailed from its tracks its currently unknown how many people are injured but officials say the Train line has been suspended pic.twitter.com/J9vBQQdqly
🚊SUBWAY INCIDENT🚊— Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734 (@BCFDL734) December 26, 2022
near Wabash Av & N Rogers Av 21215#Woodmere@CouncilmanYitzy#BMORESBravest on scene with a @mtamaryland subway that has a partially derailed above ground. #BCFDEMS treating injured patients. Expect transit delays. pic.twitter.com/p15Vqqs87J