Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Police are confirming that two SEPTA trains had a head-on collision outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, early Tuesday morning.

The crash occurred around 8:30 AM at the 69th Street Transportation Center in Upper Darby, PA.

Four people have been injured. CBS Philly reports one was the train operator and the other was a homeless man who stayed on the train. It’s unclear who the other two individuals are at this time.

Upper Darby police report there are no life threatening injuries at this time.

SEPTA officials are currently investigating the incident.

Watch live coverage of the crash here:

SEPTA is now running buses for stranded passengers between the 69th Street Transportation Center and 63rd Street Station.

Police report the following streets have been impacted by the crash:

Stay tuned with us for more updates on this developing story.


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