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Derailed CN train tanker cars sit beside the train tracks near Brockville, Ont., on Thursday July 10, 2014, after 26 cars jumped the tracks. (Lars Hagberg/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Derailed CN train tanker cars sit beside the train tracks near Brockville, Ont., on Thursday July 10, 2014, after 26 cars jumped the tracks. (Lars Hagberg/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Montreal-Toronto Via service restored after derailment Add to ...

Via Rail says service is resuming between Toronto and Montreal, but trains won’t be running on the Toronto-Ottawa route until Saturday morning.

The disruptions were caused by the derailment in Brockville, Ont., of a CN freight train early Thursday.

Thousands of passengers have been transported by bus through the routes.

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Via Rail tweeted Friday afternoon that trains 668 and 669 would operate on the Toronto-Montreal route on Friday night.

No one was injured when 25 cars on a 68-car CN freight train derailed.

The train was hauling two loaded automobile carriers, five cars containing carbon powder and 13 unloaded fuel tank cars.

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