Green Line service resumes after derailment; No injuries reported

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CHICAGO -- Service on the CTA Green Line has resumed after some cars derailed on a train earlier today.

Service was temporarily suspended between Cottage Grove and Garfield around 3 p.m.

About 80 passengers were safely led off the train by firefighters.  Rescue crews helped  children, seniors, and at least two people in wheelchairs off the train. Others were able to leave on their own.

No injuries were reported and no one was taken to the hospital.

The cause is under investigation.

Shuttle buses provided connecting service through the affected area.

Chicago FF remove a little boy from a derailed train at 61 and Calumet.

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Chicago FF rescues two children from a derailed train

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