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PNR back to normal operations after train derailed in Makati

The Philippine National Railways (PNR) returned to normal and full operations Friday after the train that was derailed in Makati City has already been pulled back onto tracks.

“Balik normal at fully operational na po ang byahe ng PNR sa Metro Manila at iba pang lugar simula ngayong umaga ng Abril 21, 2023,” the PNR said in a statement.

(The trips of PNR are back to normal and full operations in Metro Manila and other areas starting this morning of April 21, 2023.)

In a statement Thursday evening, the PNR said the train that was derailed in Don Bosco crossing was back onto tracks at 8:20 p.m.

The PNR also released the schedule of its trips for Friday morning:

  • Tutuban to Alabang -5:06 am; 6:06 am; 7:16 am; 8:16 am; 9:16 am; 10:26 am
  • Alabang to Tutuban -7:23 am; 8:03 am; 9:03 am; 10:03 am; 11:03 am
  • Tutuban to Bicutan - 11:26 am
  • Tutuban to Gov. Pascual - 6:41 am
  • Gov. Pascual to Tutuban - 10:35 am
  • Gov. Pascual to Bicutan - 7:12 am
  • Bicutan to Gov. Pascual - 9:02 am
  • San Pablo to Calamba - 6:25 am
  • San Pablo to Lucena - 6:15 am
  • Naga to Sipocot - 5:20 am; 10:40 am
  • Sipocot to Naga - 6:40 am

On Tuesday, PNR operations manager Jo Jeronimo said the derailment incident happened at 11:30 a.m. while the train was on its way to Alabang in Muntinlupa from Tutuban in Manila.

The vehicle head went off tracks, crashing into gravel and soil, while the rest of the wagons remained at the railway.

PNR personnel and train marshalls responded to the incident, which caused traffic along Quirino Avenue.

No one was reported injured in the incident.—Joviland Rita/AOL, GMA Integrated News