HACKENSACK, NJ – A 70-year-old driver survived a crash between her car and a New Jersey Transit train in Hackensack on Wednesday morning.
According to RLS Media, a woman was eastbound on Clinton Place in a black Subaru Forester. At about 7:50 a.m., she was struck by a train on the railroad tracks at Linden Street.
Firefighters extricated the woman from her vehicle. She was then transported to Hackensack University Medical Center for treatment of symptoms that included back pain. She is expected to recover.
The accident did not injure anyone aboard the train.
Sun glare at the time might have been a contributing factor to the accident.
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