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Car-Train Collision Injures 3


A collision between an SUV and a Metro Expo Line Train has sent three people to the hospital with serious injuries. The accident happened just after midnight on April 18 near the intersection of Lincoln Boulevard and Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica.

Crews rescued the occupants of the SUV. They were taken to a nearby hospital for medical treatment. One train passenger suffered injuries in the crash and was evaluated at the scene.

An investigation is still underway, but police believe the vehicle may have been stalled on the tracks. The intersection was shut down for several hours. The train was back up and running later that day.

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