SEPTA Train Hits Disabled Taxi Cab on Tracks in Pennsylvania

February 3, 2016 Updated: February 3, 2016

A Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train hit a disabled taxi cab that was stuck on the tracks on Wednesday morning.

The SEPTA train hit the taxi around 6:30 a.m. at Cherry Street just south of Poplar Street in Conshohocken, reported CBS.

One injury was suffered out of the 55 people on board the train, while no one was in the vehicle.

Service on the line was suspended on the Manayunk-Norristown Line for several hours, but later re-opened, reported ABC.

Cherry and Poplar streets were both still closed between Elm and Washington streets.