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Six Hurt After Gold Line Train Collides With SUV In Pasadena

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Six people have been injured after the Metro Gold Line train crashed into a Mercedes SUV in Pasadena, according to the Pasadena Fire Department.

Five people from the train were transported to get treatment for minor injuries. A passenger in the SUV, who is described as a man in his 70s, suffered "serious" injuries.

The collision, which happened by the intersection of Raymond Avenue and Glenarm Street, was reported at around 1 p.m., according to KTLA.

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One rider got pretty close to the scene. She wasn't in the train that got hit, fortunately.

Metro says they are working on repairs, and told commuters they should expect delays.