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Trains crash outside Philadelphia: police

UPPER DARBY, Pa. — Two trains crashed in a Philadelphia suburb, causing at least one car to be knocked off the track during Tuesday’s morning rush-hour commute.

One train struck the back of another near the 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby after 8 a.m., local police tweeted. The trains involved are part of Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.

There was “no entrapment,” and as of 8:40 a.m., and no reports of life-threatening injuries to citizens on the train, Upper Darby Police tweeted.

Service is operating with shuttle buses between 63rd Street and 69th Street Stations, SEPTA tweeted. Delays are expected.

Commuters are asked to avoid the area.