Vehicle-Train Collision near Washington Boulevard Resulted in Injuries

LOS ANGELES, CA (September 15, 2022) – Monday evening, a train accident near Broadway left several passengers injured.

The train collision happened just before 5:10 a.m. near the intersection of Broadway and Washington Boulevard.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the Metro Blue Line train was running regularly as scheduled, when it struck a vehicle that was on the train tracks. The vehicle did not have any occupants at the time of the collision. However, the impact of the crash caused some passengers on the train to sustain minor injuries. Although, the total number of injuries remain unclear.

At this time, the circumstances leading up to the train accident near Broadway remains unclear. However, Los Angeles officials encourage those with further information to contact LAPD as soon as they can. More information regarding the crash will be provided once it is made available to the public.

Just like the open road, train tracks can be very dangerous to be around. It is important to abide by all railroad crossings. Never enter train tracks when an oncoming train is approaching. If, for some reason, an issue occurs near the train tracks, be sure to contact the authorities to assist you.

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