Monday, May 17, 2021
Monday, May 17, 2021

Chester man rams through former overpass; lands on Amtrak tracks

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CHESTER, Pa. (YC) – Chester City Police responded to a former bridge on Lloyd St. after a vehicle rammed through a road barrier and landed on train tracks early Sunday morning.

Police say the pickup landed on the tracks after tumbling down a 15-foot embankment.

Amtrak stopped trains running along the Northeast Corridor until a tow truck could remove the pickup.

The driver was taken to Crozer Chester Medical Center for minor injuries.

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The incident happened just after 2:15 a.m.

No information was immediately available on the condition of the driver or the cause of the crash.

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