PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Tuesday’s train collision is the latest in a string of train-related issues for SEPTA over the past seven months.Police Searching For Older Model Cadillac In Connection To Murder Of Pregnant Woman Last November
Last July, the transit agency pulled a third of its regional rail fleet after structural defects were discovered.
Inspectors found cracks under 120 Silver-Liner Five cars.READ MORE: Hasein Strand Pleads Guilty To Some Charges In Connection To Shooting Death Of 8-Year-Old Fanta Bility
Earlier this month, inspections revealed cracks in 58 Market-Frankford Line train cars.
SEPTA was forced to pull those trains out of service for repairs.
And Tuesday, the crash near 69th Street Station which left four people injured, one critically.MORE NEWS: New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Sworn In For Second Term
Two trains collided on one track and a third car was impacted on a separate track.