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Philadelphia-area train crash injures 4

A file photo showing commuters exiting a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) subway car on the Market-Frankford line in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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A Philadelphia-area train crash left four injured and several cars derailed Tuesday morning, NBC10 in Philadelphia reports. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority trains were on the Market-Frankford line in Upper Darby.

Police in Upper Darby are asking commuters to avoid the 69th Street terminal where the accident occurred. According to SEPTA, the trains were out of service, reports NBC10.

Shuttle buses are being used to ferry passengers from 69th Street to the 63rd Street Station.

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