Train slams into car in Indianapolis, woman and child hurt

In this image provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department, emergency officials respond after a train and car crashed in Indianapolis, Saturday, July 9, 2016. The Indianapolis Fire Department says an Amtrak train has slammed into a car at a crossing, injuring a woman and 3-year-old child who were in the vehicle. (Rita L. Reith/Indianapolis Fire Department via AP)

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Authorities say an Amtrak train has slammed into a car at a crossing in Indianapolis, injuring a woman and 3-year-old child who were in the vehicle.

The Indianapolis Fire Department says the accident happened Saturday afternoon east of downtown. The department says the woman and her child were taken to hospitals in good condition.

In this image provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department, emergency officials respond after a train and car crashed in Indianapolis, Saturday, July 9, 2016. The Indianapolis Fire Department says an Amtrak train has slammed into a car at a crossing, injuring a woman and 3-year-old child who were in the vehicle. (Rita L. Reith/Indianapolis Fire Department via AP)
In this image provided by the Indianapolis Fire Department, emergency officials respond after a train and car crashed in Indianapolis, Saturday, July 9, 2016. (Rita L. Reith/Indianapolis Fire Department via AP)

Officials say it took firefighters 15 minutes to free the woman from the wreckage.

None of the 130 on board the train was injured.

 

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