Rail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam TsangRail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
Rail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong train derailing: services returning to MTR East Rail line as fourth crack revealed

  • One platform reopens at Hung Hom station, but disruption ongoing with cross-border travel also affected
  • Services resuming after three carriages came off the track on Tuesday morning, injuring eight passengers

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
Rail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam TsangRail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
Rail engineers try to lift a carriage back on track near Hung Hom as part of the effort to get services up and running again for Wednesday morning. Photo: Sam Tsang
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