DART services return to normal after train derailment

Nobody was injured in the incident at Dun Laoghaire

DART services return to normal after train derailment

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Rail services in Dublin are returning to normal this morning, following yesterday evening's train derailment in Dun Laoghaire.

There were no reports of any injuries after a DART train went off the tracks at low speed at around 6pm.

Three investigations into the incident are underway after it caused the cancellation of services last night between Lansdowne Road and Bray.

The company itself is investigating, along with the Rail Accident Investigation Unit and the Commission for Rail Regulation.

Services are expected to operate as normal this morning.

Irish Rail spokesperson Jane Cregan says the incident happened as the train was approaching Dun Laoghaire station: