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Caltrain derailment causing delays

 

A Caltrain derailment on Monday morning may cause brief residual delays in train schedules during the evening commute.

A southbound train derailed at 9:05 a.m. while arriving at San Jose Diridon station, but no one was injured and the train was re-railed about two hours later.

Crews are investigating the tracks to determine necessary repairs, and almost all trains have returned to their normal schedule as of 2:30 p.m.

Caltrain spokesman Dan Lieberman said riders can check Caltrain's Twitter account, @Caltrain, for the most updated commute information throughout the evening.

— Bay City News Service

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