A Green Line train partially derailed Tuesday night as it was pulling into the Packard’s Corner station in Allston, an MBTA spokesman said. The inbound B train was making the stop just before 9 p.m. when the front wheels of the second car came off the tracks, said T spokesman Joe Pesaturo. He said no passengers were riding in the second car, and no one was hurt. The T was running shuttle buses for B train passengers between the Washington Street and Blandford Street stations.
Green Line train partially derails at Packard’s Corner stop in Allston
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