SEPTA train hits empty SUV on W. Trenton line

    TREVOSE, Pa. — A sport utility vehicle abandoned on railroad tracks was struck by a regional commuter train in suburban Philadelphia.

    It happened around 6 p.m. Friday between the Neshaminy Falls and Trevose stations in Bucks County.

    Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority officials said the Philadelphia-bound Regional Rail train on the West Trenton line struck the empty SUV that was left on the tracks.

    SEPTA said there were no injuries reported to passengers or crew.

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    Investigators at the scene were told that a group of teenagers were spotted running from the scene at the time of the accident.

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