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No one was reported hurt after a Long Island Rail Road train crashed into a car Saturday.
Around 6 a.m., a westbound LIRR train from Speonk to Jamaica Station struck a car that was abandoned on the tracks near the second crossing of the Patchogue/River Avenue Station.
The vehicle was empty and no one was injured.
The collision caused little disruption to train service. One train was suspended, and a second was slightly delayed.
Full LIRR service was restored at 8:40 a.m.
This article first appeared on abc7ny.com
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