No injuries reported after FrontRunner train grazes front bumper of vehicle
SALT LAKE CITY — No injuries were reported after an accident involving a FrontRunner train and a vehicle Friday afternoon, according to UTA spokesman Carl Arky.
Arky says FrontRunner grazed the front bumper of the vehicle. He says a bus bridge was in effect Friday evening between North Temple and Woods Cross until the car could be removed off the track.
Arky says once the car is removed off the track, service will resume. An exact address of where the incident occurred was not provided.
No other information was available.
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