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The light rail service in northwestern Hong Kong was temporarily disrupted on Sunday morning after a train and a truck collided.
Police said three light rail passengers, including one man and two women, suffered minor injuries in the accident.
A report was made to the police at 9.16am, after a light rail train and a medium-sized truck collided on a crossing at Tin Ha Road, near Chung Uk Tsuen.
Four lines of light rail services had to be diverted and skip the section between Lam Tei and Hung Shui Kiu stops.
A free MTR shuttle bus service was running between Hung Tin Road Emergency Platform and Siu Hong to carry affected passengers.
MTR announced service was gradually resuming at around 9.50am.
This article first appeared on www.scmp.com
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