Amtrak Service between Philly, Washington Suspended

Amtrak Service between Philly, Washington Suspended Photo: Amtrak

May 03, 2018 06:05 AM

Amtrak says service between Philadelphia and Washington has been temporarily suspended due to a freight train derailment in southeastern Pennsylvania.

Service was running with 30-minute delays before Amtrak suspended service shortly after 5 a.m. Thursday after two cars from a Norfolk Southern freight train derailed late Wednesday. Media reports say two cars on the 88-car train dumped loads of stone onto the tracks.


No injuries have been reported.

RELATED: Rail Industry says Key Safety Technology Not Due until 2020

Amtrak says crews are at the scene and working to clear the area.

SEPTA's regional rail service to Wilmington, Delaware, has also been suspended.


The Associated Press

(Copyright 2018 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


Another Closure Set for this Weekend along I-35W

90s Friday, Saturday in the Metro; Air Quality Alert Issued for Northern Minn.

Flashback Friday: Local Bands Opened for the Beatles 53 Years Ago ... Sort Of

Blue Line Back in Service in Minneapolis after Mechanical Issue

Slain Colorado Mother Painted Rosy Picture of Married Life

Ellison, Pressed over Abuse Allegation, Takes it to Voters