14 injured, NJ Transit line delayed in late-night collision

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JERSEY CITY -

At least 14 people were injured after a car and a New Jersey Transit train collided, authorities said.

Jersey City police said the crash occurred around 10:30 p.m. Thursday at Hudson and Grand streets.

About 60 people were on the train at the time of the collision. A NJ Transit spokesperson said all the injuries were minor, and it is unclear what caused the crash. The driver of the vehicle was cited with two summonses.

The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line was suspended in both directions for about an hour. The line resumed service around 11:30 p.m. Thursday, but residual delays were expected.

Information about service can be found on the NJ Transit homepage.

The Associated Press wire service contributed to this report.

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