BEVERLY, MASS. (WHDH) - The MBTA is bringing in shuttle buses after a Commuter Rail train derailed near Beverly, Wednesday night.

A Commuter Rail spokesperson said none of the ten people on board were hurt when the inbound train went off the tracks at Beverly junction.

“Didn’t really feel anything,” said commuter Simon Sadikovic. “There was no shudder, but then I saw all the conductors running up the hallways.”

The 5:37 p.m. train from Rockport and the 5:07 p.m. train from Newport were both canceled due to the derailment.

The train sat for hours while staff checked out the damage. For some, the delays were enough to send them back home, but not Ben Parisian, who was on his way into Boston for the NBA Finals.

“Game doesn’t start until 9 p.m. so keep the faith,” he said.

Train service between Beverly and Newburyport/Rockport will resume Thursday morning.

There has been no word on what caused the incident to happen.

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