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Calgary Transit C-Train Somerset-bound collides with SUV

Somerset-Bridlewood-bound Calgary Transit C-Train service was briefly delayed due to a collision at the SAIT LRT station’s crossing around 10 a.m., Feb. 8, 2019.

As of 11:40 a.m. today, the car has been towed, and transit service has resumed according to a tweet by Calgary Transit.

According to 660 News, the vehicle’s driver only sustained minor injuries and wasn’t transported to a hospital.

Calgary Transit
A car sits empty with it’s driver side dented, and window completely broken in clean after colliding with a Somert Bridlewood bound Calgary Transit C-Train the morning of Feb. 8, 2019 just outside of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s main campus in central Calgary, Alta., Canada. (Photo by Ruwald de Fortier/The Weal)
Calgary Transit
A Somert Bridlewood-bound Calgary Transit C-Train sits still after colliding with a vehicle the morning of Feb. 8, 2019 just outside of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s main campus in central Calgary, Alta., Canada. (Photo by Ruwald de Fortier/The Weal)
Calgary Transit
A car sits empty with it’s driver side dented, and window completely broken in after colliding with an in-bound Calgary Transit C-Train the morning of Feb. 8, 2019 just outside of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology’s main campus in central Calgary, Alta., Canada. (Photo by Ruwald de Fortier/The Weal)
Calgary Transit
(Photo by Ruwald de Fortier/The Weal)
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