SEPTA Market Frankford El Trains Collide at 69th Street Terminal

Two SEPTA Market Frankford trains collided Tuesday morning in an area where trains turn around at the 69th Street Terminal in upper Darby, Pennsylvania. Despite the trains being out of service, some people were on board and suffered injuries, including an operator who was left in critical condition, said police and SEPTA.

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Investigators would spend hours searching for clues.
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Feb. 21, 2017: Two SEPTA Market-Frankford Line trains collided in the turnaround area at 69th Street Terminal.
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Some people were hurt including an operator left in critical condition.
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The impact pushed seven train cars partially off the tracks.
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The crash left some train cars teetering partially off the track and at least one off the wheels.
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A panoramic view of the damage.
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The wheels partially detached from the damaged train.
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SEPTA brought in shuttle buses to get passengers to 63rd Street so they could continue on the MFL line.
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Expect delays and closures in the area.
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Investigators would spend hours searching for clues.
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