4 people suffer minor injuries as train strikes car in Longueuil
MONTREAL - Four people suffered minor injuries after a Canadian National Railway (CN) train struck a car on Thursday evening in Longueuil, on Montreal's south shore.
A man, a woman and two children were in a car that rolled onto the train tracks at 7 p.m., near the intersection of de la Metropole and Jean Neveu streets, Longueuil police said.
Officers added the train hit the vehicle at a low speed.
"The warning system at this crossing includes a bell, lights and a crossbuck," said Alexandre Boulé, a spokesperson for CN.
First-responders rushed the four people to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries, Longueuil police said.
CN says it is investigating the incident.
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