Clean up continues for NYC subway derailment w/gallery

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NEW YORK — Clean up continues for a New York City subway train that derailed Thursday, injuring three passengers. Local media say the cause remains unclear
as workers and investigators with MTA sift through the debris.

According to media reports, two wheels from the train derailed about 700 feet north of Hoyt-Schermerhorn station by 10:30 p.m. Thursday evening. That stopped service between Church Avenue and Bedford-Nostrand Avenues. Service remains suspended at the derailment site. MTA posted a public photo gallery earlier on Friday.

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