A transport sight in New York City derailed and crashed into a wall Tuesday morning, withdrawal some-more than 30 people with injuries and causing large movement delays via a city.
The sight derailed between a 135th Street and 125th Street stations in a Harlem area of Manhattan, a Metropolitan Transit Authority confirmed. According to one MTA official, a pile-up was caused by an sudden triggering of a train’s puncture brake, DNA Info reported. The group is questioning because a stop was activated.
Several passengers aboard a sight documented the aftermath of a accident. According to one account, firefighters and transport employees helped leave passengers by a window of one of a sight cars.
The derailment is one of several new incidents that have tormented a city’s overburdened transport system.
Here are some photos of a incident: