SEPTA rail service resumes between Lansdale and Doylestown after train, car collide

SEPTA Regional Rail has resumed between Lansdale and Doylestown after a train hit a car stuck at a grade crossing in Hatfield Township.

No serious injuries were reported in the crash about 6:15 a.m. at the Walnut Street crossing located between the 9th Street and Fortuna stations, SEPTA said.

Hatfield Township police said the car was stopped at the crossing when it was hit by the westbound train.

The train’s engineer was taken to Lansdale Hospital for treatment of an unspecified minor injury.

Service was halted for little over an hour.

 

 

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