Minor train derailment disrupts subway service in Brooklyn

No injuries were reported.A derailment in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn disrupting subway service on two lines.Two wheels of a Q subway vehicle came off the tracks at about 9 a.m., according to police. The following service changes went into effect: -Southbound Q trains are running on the N line from Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Ctr to Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue.Both directions, B Subway trains are running from 145 St to Kings Hwy and terminate.Both directions, there is no train service between B’way Lafayette and Coney Island-Stillwell Av.A “reach train” is also working to remove customers from the train, Ortiz said.”There are many New York City Transit folks working here to both begin the investigation of what occurred as well as to deal with the restoration of service”.Veronique Hakim, the authority’s interim executive director, said that officials were investigating the derailment, and that it was not immediately clear what had caused it. Ms. Hakim said the train was “lightly loaded” with about 135 people on board.A Q subway derailed in Brooklyn during the Friday morning rush – marking the second derailment in a month’s time span. “We must work together – at all levels of government – and recommit to making much needed investments that will ensure that our aging subway remains safe for all riders”.