EVANSTON, Ill. (CBS) — The CTA has suspended service on the Yellow Line, after a train derailed in north suburban Evanston.

Strong winds toppled a tree into the tracks, and the train could not stop.

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“The tree kind of almost flipped over,” one woman said at the scene. “It was tilted at the end. A lot of branches came down.”

Yellow Line service was halted around 4:10 p.m., after a Skokie Swift train derailed in the trench where the line runs, near Asbury Avenue. Evanston Police said all passengers were safely evacuated from the train.

One person was injured.

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Evanston Police said Asbury Avenue was also closed between Brummel and Mulford streets due to the derailment.

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By 9:14 p.m., the Yellow Line was back running with residual delays.