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Service on NJ Transit’s Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line was suspended for much of Thursday morning after a train derailed when struck by a motor vehicle. WPIX-TV reports the accident occurred about 2 a.m., suspending service between the Garfield and West Side Avenue stations. The collision occurred at the Martin Luther King Drive station and sent two sections of the train into the station platform, causing significant damage. No customers were injured; the train’s operator refused medical attention at the scene. The driver was injured and taken to a local hospital. Service was restored about 10:30 a.m. EDT.
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