PITTSBURGH - Subway service will resume Monday morning after a train for the Port Authority light-rail service, commonly known as the “T,” derailed Friday night in Pittsburgh.
Police said three people were injured when the car came off the rails between Wood Street and Gateway Stations in Pittsburgh on Friday. One of the injured was taken to UPMC Mercy Hospital with a neck and back injury.
Service was shut down and shuttle buses were used to take passengers from Steel City Plaza to Allegheny Station while crews made repairs.
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