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Service Restored On MBTA Red Line Following Derailment

Tuesday's derailment caused massive delays, with the T having to bus commuters between Park Street and JFK/UMass

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The MBTA announced early Wednesday that Red Line service is back in service following a train derailment a day earlier at the Broadway Station in South Boston.

Crews had been working on the rail line since late Wednesday morning when a Red Line train derailed with 47 people on board. Nobody was injured.

The derailment caused massive delays, with the T having to bus people between the Park Street and JFK/UMass station through the evening commute.

Commuters told NBC10 Boston they weren't sure what to expect on Wednesday morning.

If you rely on this service, the trains will be running at a reduced speed between South Station and Broadway.

The T is still investigating how the derailment happened.

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