By Anthony Alaniz
Several people were injured when a car collided with a train on the Blue Line, police officials said. The incident happened Friday morning about 7 a.m. in Long Beach, occurring near Long Beach Blvd. and 14th St, according to Metro spokesman Jose Ubaldo.
Details about the crash were not immediately available. It wasn’t clear what caused the accident, or if drugs or alcohol could have been a factor.
Five people from the train were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries, according to Matthew Dobberpuhl of the Long Beach Fire Department. The five people complained of neck and pack pain.
One person from the vehicle was also transported to an area hospital. The extent of their injuries wasn’t available or known. It also wasn’t clear if the injured person was the driver or a passenger.
Service was delayed between downtown Long Beach and Anaheim stations, but wasn’t disrupted between downtown Los Angeles and Willow stations.
The names of those injured were not released, nor was the condition of those sent to the hospital immediately available. No charges have been filed in relation to the crash at this time.
Source: L.A. Times
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