4 Injured After SEPTA Train Crashes Into Barrier At Chestnut Hill Station

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Four people were injured after a SEPTA train crashed into a barrier at a Chestnut Hill station Friday afternoon.

Authorities say a little before 4:30 p.m., the train struck a barrier on the side of the track at Germantown and Evergreen avenues.

All of the victims reportedly suffered minor injuries. One of the them was taken to Albert Einstein Medical Center after reportedly feeling a pain in her side.

Authorities are investigating the cause of the crash.

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