An MBTA Green Line train carrying about 45 passengers derailed Tuesday morning, causing service to be suspended.
MBTA officials said the incident happened at about 10:25 a.m. after the center wheels of an outbound train's car derailed at the Beaconsfield stop in Brookline. Service between Kenmore and Reservoir is suspended until further notice for the Green Line D Branch.
Inbound passengers can instead take a train to Reservoir then to Cleveland Circle to continue their trip. Shuttle buses are set to be deployed for commuters.
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No injuries occurred, according to MBTA officials.
The cause of the derailment remains under investigation. Meanwhile, crews are working to re-rail the car.
The derailment comes after Keolis announced a surge in passengers on the Commuter Rail heading to the Patriots' championship parade in Boston and after a man was killed by a commuter rail train in Norwood on Tuesday.