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Derailment

Demetrius Harvard, 30, faces charges of reckless endangerment, criminal mischief, assault and criminal trespass.
The technology is federally mandated, but the MTA may not make the December 2020 deadline.
The 7:04 a.m. train bound for Jamaica was the first westbound train to leave Montauk this morning. However, travelers should still expect delays.
Trains are now running close to schedule.
No injuries have been reported.
'It's a daily disaster trying to get to work.'
Sheena Tucker said that she was trampled in a panic after the derailment and was diagnosed with a protruding disc in her spine.
The Transit Workers Union says "two Track Maintenance Supervisors [are] taking the hit."
'Storing equipment in between tracks is a common practice employed by railroads across the country to accelerate rail repairs.'
In the infamous words of the MTA, "allow additional travel time."
"The MTA crisis is real and it is upon us."
The train was going 106 mph—well over the 50 mph speed limit.
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