Service Restored After Blue Line Train Derails At O’Hare

CHICAGO (CBS) — Service has been restored after a CTA Blue Line train derailed Monday morning near the O’Hare station, according to the CTA’s website.

The northbound Blue Line train was approaching the O’Hare station about 11:30 a.m. when the derailment occurred and there were no injuries.

Blue Line service was temporarily suspended between O’Hare and Rosemont as a result of the derailment. The CTA says to expect some residual delays.

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