A high-speed Amtrak train bound for Boston had two of its cars separate early Tuesday while traveling through Maryland, the latest in a series of accidents affecting the passenger rail carrier.
The incident took place at 6:40 a.m. as Acela Express train 2150 was traveling from Washington D.C. to Boston and experienced a “mechanical issue,” the railroad said in a statement to Fox News.
Two cars on the train, which was carrying 52 passengers, separated, but there were no reported injuries. Passengers from the Acela train were transferred over to another train to continue their travel.
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