By Adam Nichols
DNAinfo News Editor
MANHATTAN — A derailed subway train in Brooklyn left Tuesday morning's commute in chaos.
The work train came off the rails at DeKalb Avenue, the MTA said.
Service on the B line was suspended because of the derailment, leaving some passengers stranded at several city subway stations and causing delays and service changes on multiple subway lines.
Fort Greene resident Camille Branton, 27, got stuck at DeKalb Avenue on her way to work in Midtown.
"The train has been sitting here. It's going to make me late," Branton said on a rainy Tuesday morning. "I just wanted to stay in bed."
The derailment left the southbound D service rerouted onto the A line from 59th Street to West 4th Street, and then onto the F line to Stillwell Avenue, in Brooklyn, causing delays and service changes on the A, C, and E lines as well.
D train service was running on the local track in both directions between 59th Street and Bedford Park Boulevard, in the Bronx.
The southbound Q train was rerouted onto the R line from Canal Street to DeKalb Avenue.
Some downtown C trains are running express between the 59th Street-Columbus Circle Station and the Canal Street Station, according to the MTA's website.
Stephen Eich, 27, waited unsuccessfully for several Manhattan bound trains at 36th street in Brooklyn.
"Yesterday morning someone jumped at 59th street," Eich said. "This is the second day in a row the train has been delayed. It's part of living in the city."