St. Paul officer injured in train accident

A police officer in St. Paul, Minnesota suffered injuries after the squad car he was driving was struck by a train, an article on Minnesota Daily stated November 4.

According to reports, the accident occurred at around 2:00 p.m. of November 3 on Pascal Street and University Avenue. The police officer, whose name was withheld, reportedly was heading northbound with his lights on when the squad car was hit by the Green Line train. The officer temporarily lost consciousness, but regained it by the time emergency personnel arrived. He was taken to the hospital complaining of neck pain, Howie Padilla of Metro Transit said. No one inside the train was injured. Passengers were transferred to buses while the accident was being cleared.

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