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Update: Gold Line train-auto collision leaves 6 injured in Pasadena

A Metro Gold Line train-auto collision left 5 people with minor injuries and another with serious injuries Wednesday.
A Metro Gold Line train-auto collision left 5 people with minor injuries and another with serious injuries Wednesday.
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The Metro Gold Line is running once again, with some minor delays, after a vehicle collided with one of its trains in Pasadena, Metro said.

Six people were transported to a local hospital, including five with minor injuries who were on the southbound train and the 70-year-old male driver of the Mercedes SUV who sustained serious injuries, the Pasadena Fire Department said. 

The crash took place on the corner of Glenarm Street and Raymond Avenue, right off the 110 Freeway, at around 12:12 p.m..

Metro spokesman Rick Jager said none of those hurt suffered life-threatening injuries. 

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The Pasadena Fire Department received a call at 12:30 p.m. and was on the scene a couple minutes after, Pasadena Fire spokesman Lisa Derderian told KPCC.

There were about 80 people on the train at the time, she added. 

Clarification: An earlier version of this post stated that 7 people had been injured. Those numbers have since been revised. This post has been updated.