BALTIMORE (AP) - A freight train that derailed in southwest Baltimore along MARC's Camden Line will likely cause delays and disruptions for commuter trains at the start of the work week.
Maryland Transit Administration spokesman Terry Owens says MARC's Camden Line service will likely be impacted Monday morning. Officials aren't sure how long the disruptions could last.
The derailment was blocking all tracks on Sunday.
Eight cars of a CSX freight train derailed Sunday morning. No injuries were reported. The derailment occurred near Hollins Ferry Road and Paca Street just south of Camden Station. The train was traveling from North Carolina to Selkirk, N.Y.
CSX says no hazardous materials were involved. Investigators are trying to determine what caused the derailment.
The derailed train has two locomotives and 118 freight cars.
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