2 Hospitalized after Pasadena Accident at Raymond Avenue and California Boulevard
Pasadena, California (September 28, 2023) – Two people were hospitalized after a crash involving a train and a vehicle in Pasadena Thursday morning.
Lisa Derderian of the City of Pasadena said the incident was reported at around 9:20 a.m. at Raymond Avenue and California Boulevard.
A Metro A train collided with a car in unclear circumstances.
The woman, who was the sole occupant in the car, was extricated and was rushed to a hospital to be treated for moderate injuries.
The train operator was also taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The tracks were closed in the area for the police investigation, so buses were being used to carry passengers to the Del Amo, Fillmore, and South Pasadena stations.
Shortly after noon, trains began running through the area again, sharing a single track in both directions.
More details about the crash were not provided.
An investigation is underway.
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