There was a work-train derailment north of the Dekalb Avenue station in Brooklyn. According to officials with the Metropolitan Transit Authority, as a four-car train was coming off the Manhattan Bridge, one of the cars went off the tracks. The train carried MTA employees, but there were no injuries.

There are service changes and expected delays on the A, B, C, D, F, N, and R subway lines until further notice. MTA has posted a service notice and customers whose travel will be affected should allow for additional travel time:

- Both directions, there is no B train service between the Brighton Beach Station and the 145th Street Station.

- Select downtown C trains are running express between the 59th Street-Columbus Circle Station and the Canal Street Station.

- Downtown D trains are running on the F line between the West 4th Street-Washington Square Station and the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station.

- Select D trains run local in both directions between the 59th Street-Columbus Circle Station and the 145th Street Station.

- Downtown  trains are running on the  line between the Canal Street Station and the Dekalb Avenue Station.

- Select downtown N trains are running on the D line from the 36th Street Station (Brooklyn) to the Coney Island-Stilwell Avenue Station.

Furthermore, the Long Island Rail Road has suspended service on the Ronkonkoma Branch between Ronkonkoma and Farmingdale. A train struck a vehicle on the tracks east of Deer Park this morning.