A MAX train and a Portland Streetcar collided in unclear circumstances, derailing three cars and pinning a driver
Portland, OR. – Two people were injured after a crash between a train and a streetcar Wednesday morning in Portland.
The Portland Fire& Rescue said they received reports about a crash near Northeast Seventh Avenue and Northeast Holladay Street at around 10 a.m.
A MAX train and a Portland Streetcar collided in unclear circumstances, derailing three cars and pinning a driver.
The street car sustained visible damage.
Two people were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries for treatment.
Additional information regarding the collision was not provided.
The events surrounding the mishap are under investigation.
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