Early Details Out on Marysville Train Derailment, Cable Impacted

Early Details Out on Marysville Train Derailment, Cable Impacted

MARYSVILLE, Pa. (WHTM) — WHTM is reporting…  A train derailment has caused a road to close in Marysville, Perry County.  According to the Susquenita School District, they have been aware of a train derailment on the Rockville Bridge in the early morning hours of Friday, Dec. 2.  Based on the information given to the school district, it appears that South Main Street in Marysville is closed.  The district says that its transportation team will do its best to safely navigate this area because of this incident.

Both Verizon and Comcast have confirmed with abc27 that a fiber cable line was damaged by the Train derailment. In a statement, Comcast and Verizon have both said that crews are on site and are ready to restore service as soon as emergency officials ensure the area is safe.  There were no injuries as a result of the derailment and the train was not carrying any hazardous material, which is according to Norfolk Southern Railway.

 

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