Metro-North's Hudson Line resumes normal service following freight train derailment in Spuyten Duyvil

The MTA warns that there may be delays

The MTA warns that there may be delays of up to 15 minutes throughout the week.

THE BRONX - The Metro-North's Hudson Line has resumed normal service following last week's freight train derailment.

MTA officials say 10 out of 24 cars toppled over last Thursday night near the Spuyten Duyvil station in the Bronx, causing a complete shutdown of service at all stations south of Yonkers.

The derailment created major commuting problems for riders on Friday. Service was also suspended all weekend in both directions from Grand Central Station to Spuyten Duyvil.

There was extensive damage, and only one of the two affected tracks will be used while crews continue working on repairs.

The MTA warns that there may be delays of up to 15 minutes throughout the week since Metro-North will be operating in a limited capacity.  

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