SEPTA train hits disabled taxi, rail service disrupted

Rail commuters are facing delays after a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train hit a disabled taxi in Conshohocken.

SEPTA service has been suspended on the Manayunk-Norristown line.

The accident happened Wednesday at Cherry and Washington streets.

There is no word on injuries.

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