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Car collides with light rail train in S. Seattle; no injuries

Car collides with light rail train in S. Seattle; no injuries
SEATTLE - A car collided with a Sound Transit light rail train Saturday in South Seattle, but no one was injured, police said.

Officers at the scene said a car was making a left turn from Martin Luther King Jr. Way onto South Brandon Street as two trains were coming.

The driver of the car saw the first one - but didn't see the northbound train and crashed into it.

About 120 people were aboard the train at the time of the collision. None were injured. The driver of the car also was unhurt.

The passengers were moved to another train and taken to their destinations.