muni_generic.jpgAccording to SFMTA spokesperson Paul Rose, at 7:17 Thursday night, the inbound (that’s headed downtown) N Judah derailed at Church and Duboce.

According to Rose, no one was injured in the incident, and staff are on the scene attempting to make repairs.

Until those repairs are made, Rose says, inbound N passengers should use Church Station to get where they need to go.

Outbound N passengers, he says, should take Muni Metro to Church Station then walk up to Church and Duboce to catch an outbound bus shuttle.

Updates, he says, are forthcoming.

Update 9:35 PM: According to the MTA’s twitter account, “Scene cleared. Service returning to normal.” Guess that’s the update, then.

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