South Shore Line service halted after derailment

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MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. –  South Shore Line rail service has been suspended to and from Chicago this morning after a train derailed in Michigan City, Indiana.

The derailment occurred as a passenger train was being moved into position. There were no passengers on board and no one was injured.

The derailment reportedly damaged overhead wire and track.

Crews are working on repairs to restore service as quickly as possible.

Metra’s Electric District Line will accept South Shore tickets while service is suspended.

Please check back for updates or check out the South Shore Line web site.

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