Train Crash on Alabama Street near Redlands Boulevard Left 1 Dead, 2 Hospitalized

REDLANDS, CA (April 10, 2023) – Tuesday night, a train crash on Alabama Street claimed the life of an 11-year-old girl. The collision happened around 8:30 p.m. just north of Redlands Boulevard. According to reports, a woman was driving on Alabama street with her 11-year-old daughter when her silver sedan stopped on train tracks for unknown reasons. There, a Metrolink train was traveling at 50 mph toward the vehicle. The train engineer tried to stop the train, but the two vehicles collided. The impact of the collision caused the child to be ejected from the car. Emergency crews arrived to the site of the crash shortly afterward. There, they pronounced the 11-year-old girl dead at the scene. Meanwhile, medics transported the driver of the sedan and one passenger from the train to a local hospital for treatment. At this time, the conditions of the hospitalized victims is unknown. Following the collision, the crews closed off the areas surrounding the crash. Investigators are still working to determine why the car stopped on the train tracks.
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