A major emergency response is underway in the Bronx area of New York City after a train derailed near Spuyten Duyvil station, which is near the Harlem River, NBC News reports.
Local media said five cars have derailed at that there were "multiple injuries."
A witness quoted by AP news agency, Rebecca Schwartz, said some of the carriages of the Metro-North train had been submerged in water, but this was unclear from pictures of the scence.
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