YONKERS - A Metro-North freight train derailment in the Bronx is causing major problems for city-bound commuters north of the borough.
Southbound train service on the Hudson Line is running from Poughkeepsie, but the line ends at Yonkers where riders must hop on a shuttle bus to Van Cortlandt Park.
Once customers reach the park, they can catch the southbound 1 train to get into Manhattan. They may also catch a train on the Harlem Line, which is running without any problems.
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Crews are still cleaning up and assessing the damage caused by the derailment. It's unclear when everything will return to normal.