A subway train carrying 150 passengers derailed in Brooklyn Thursday night affecting rail services on the G line. No major injuries were reported and passengers were evacuated.

The first two wheels of the southbound train went off tracks about 600 feet south of the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Station in Downtown Brooklyn at 10:16 p.m., New York Daily News reported, quoting authorities. The cause of the derailment was not known and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority was investigating the incident.

Two adults and a child were treated at Brooklyn Hospital for minor injuries. The passengers were reportedly evacuated through the pavement in the tunnel.

“It’s very dark, it has a certain metallic smell you’re not used to,” passenger Katie Lorah told New York Daily News. “It was very intense,” she added.

There were no G train services in directions between Church Avenue in Brooklyn and Court Square in Queens following the derailment.