Back to normal after Metro-North train derails

Metro-North schedules are back to normal after a derailed train in Stamford, Conn. caused delays in Westchester at the height of the morning commute.

Click 'next' below your video player for extended video of the derailed train.

Officials say that an empty train car derailed in Metro-North's Stamford yard at around 4 a.m. on the New Haven line, but that New York-bound trains also experienced delays of up to 20 minutes.

Many commuters came prepared with laptops and digital music players, saying they were already aware of the delays.

Metro-North officials say they are still investigating exactly what caused the train to derail.

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