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Metrolink Crash in Glendale Leaves Car Flipped Over, Injuries Unknown

GLENDALE, Calif. (March 14, 2023) — On Tuesday evening, there was a collision between a Metrolink train and a car at the intersection of San Fernando Road and Sonora Avenue in Glendale, California. The car was observed overturned on its side, causing disruption to both sides of the tracks. It is currently unknown if the […]

Metro Train Crashes into Car in South LA

Los Angeles, CA – CCTV footage captures the dramatic moments when a vehicle was struck by an oncoming Metro Blue Line train in the Central-Alameda area of South Los Angeles Wednesday morning, March 5th. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the collision occurred shortly before 11:00 A.M. near the intersection of 55th Street and […]

Train Runs Into Car Killing 30 Year Old Woman

2/23/2015 A train ran into the car of a 30 year old woman who was killed Monday in Menlo Park. The woman was pinned inside the car. Firefighters were able to extricate her and she was taken by paramedics to Stanford Hospital where she was pronounced dead. The car appeared to have gotten caught on […]

Man Crashes into Moving Train

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Man Involved in Car Accident with Train in Placentia Last Thursday a man driving his Nissan Juke SUV was involved in a train accident. The accident happened around 4:30PM when the driver was heading in the Northbound lane and went up an embankment, around crossguards into the tracks which caused the eastbound train to collide with […]

Union Pacific Cargo Train Fatally Injures Truckee Woman

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A Union Pacific cargo train fatally struck a pedestrian who was wearing headphones while near the train tracks. Authorities aren’t sure if the Truckee was walking or running near the tracks when she died Wednesday. Truckee Police Department investigators reported that the accident happened at about 1:40 p.m. on the railroad tracks east of the […]

Speed Blamed in Fatal New York Train Derailment

A New York commuter train that derailed Sunday morning, killing four passengers and injuring 67 others, was traveling nearly three times the posted speed limit at the time of the accident, says federal safety officials.