SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – A 21-year-old woman received minor injuries after a collision with a TRAX train in Salt Lake City Tuesday morning.
Police say the crash happened at 600 South and Main Street just before 9 a.m. when witnesses said the woman ran a red light and hit the train.
The driver suffered minor injuries, according to Carl Arky, spokesperson for Utah Transit Authority.
“She’s lucky that her injuries weren’t significant since her vehicle was heavily impacted by the collision,” said Arky.
Service to the TRAX Green Line was temporarily suspended but has since resumed.
#TRAX Update 10:18 AM: Trains have resumed their regular schedules. Residual delays of up to 10 minutes possible.
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