The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) says the latest O-Train to come off its track carried on for quite a distance before coming to a halt.
In a statement to members of the media on Tuesday, September 21, the TSB said the train derailed as it entered Tremblay Station, around 12:15 p.m. on Sunday. It then departed the station while still derailed and continued over the Riverside Drive rail bridge before hitting a signal mast and switch heater.
After hitting the mast, train then went into an emergency mode and came to a stop just past the bridge.
The TSB confirms that there were 12 passengers and 1 operator on-board the O-Train at the time of the incident. There were no injuries.
The incident is still being assessed by a team of TSB investigators.