The Trenitalia T200 train derailed at the Hudson River in New York state, killing all nine people on board.
The derailment happened about 10:30 a.m.
Sunday on a track owned by the New York State Railroad Authority.
It is the fourth derailment of a T200 commuter train in less than a year.
A spokesperson for the railroad said a T20 train derailed in December 2016 near New Haven, Connecticut, but no one was hurt in that incident.
In 2018, a train carrying T200 derailed at Buffalo, New York.
A New Jersey state trooper was driving the T20 when it went off a bridge, causing the derailment.
It was not immediately clear whether the T200 ever left the track.