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Network Rail say that the railway line to Fishguard has reopened after a train derailed on Thursday night. Work to inspect the rails has been taking place since the train was removed on Friday and this morning at 7am services resumed along the line.
The incident occurred at about 7pm and around 29 passengers were evacuated from the train after a carriage derailed in an area called Welsh Hook, which is situated between Letterston and Wolfscastle.
No-one was injured but a number of cows were hit. As well as firefighters and the police, a vet was also sent to the scene.
The Pembrokeshire railway line which was closed after a train derailment is expected to reopen today.
The derailment happened on Thursday evening, near Letterston in the Welsh Hook area. Twenty-nine passengers were taken to safety and no-one was injured.
Network Rail and Arriva Trains Wales released a statement on Friday saying they are investigating the circumstances which lead to the derailment.
A train which derailed yesterday evening in Pembrokeshire has been moved back onto its tracks, according to a spokesperson from Network Rail.
The train is said to be moving along the tracks at about 5 mph, in an effort to get it off the rail line.
The spokesperson also said that the route is expected to be up and running again by midday on Sunday.
Network Rail will now inspect the tracks as part of their investigation into the incident.
Passengers have been evacuated from a train, after a carriage was derailed near Letterston in Pembrokeshire. The incident happened around 7pm, in an area called Welsh Hook, which is situated between Letterston and Wolfscastle.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service say 29 passengers were take by bus to Fishguard station. There have been no injuries reported.
Approximately six cows were been hit, a spokesperson said.
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A train which derailed in Pembrokeshire last night has been moved back onto the tracks.