The Metropolitan Transportation Authority expects service to return to normal today after an F Train derailed in Queens . A break was found in a newly installed track around the 65th Street Station in Woodside, Queens. The derailment that occurred at was the worst for the New York City subway system in more than two decades. The MTA has sent the track for metallurgical testing to determine if there was a flaw with the metal that caused the break or if there was a problem with the installation. The new track that broke is dated 2013. Ten people remain hospitalized since the accident - four of them have life-threatening injuries.
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