(VALHALLA, N.Y.) — A Metro-North commuter train hit two cars on the tracks north of White Plains, New York, Tuesday night, sparking a fire.
Passengers were evacuated to the back of the Harlem Line train, the railroad said in a statement.
It wasn’t immediately clear what led to the crash.
There were multiple injuries, according to an MTA spokesperson, but no fatalities.
Harlem Line Service was temporarily suspended between North White Plains and Pleasantville, the railroad tweeted.
Harlem Line Service is temporarily suspended btwn N White Plains & Pleasantville due to a train striking a motor vehicle near Valhalla.
— Metro-North Railroad (@MetroNorth) February 4, 2015
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