A Brightline train derailment in West Palm Beach in February caused more than $400 thousand in damage, according to a report from the Federal Railroad Administration.
The train was returning from a signaling compatibility test on February 11, when an axle derailed and damaged gearboxes, the report said.
The cause of the derailment has not been determined, the report said.
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Damage to the equipment was $408,000 and damage to the track was an additional $206, according to the report.
The findings were first reported in the Palm Beach Post.