The first car of an MBTA Green Line trolley derailed near Kenmore Station during the afternoon of Monday, March 10, 2014, sending seven passengers to the hospital with minor injuries.
While the cause of the derailment has yet to be determined, the first trolley of the D Line trolley veered off the tracks near Kenmore Station where the D and C Lines intersect. A second trolley had to suddenly apply its brakes to avoid colliding with the derailed trolley, injuring some passengers. Several injured passengers have reported back pain.
While it is fortunate that nobody was seriously injured, the Green Line derailment disrupted service through Kenmore station, as emergency crews worked around the site of the incident. Shuttles brought MBTA passengers to and from their desired locations until service resumed.
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