BOSTON — Three people were injured when two Green Line trains collided Wednesday night.
An MBTA spokesman said the crash happened shortly after 9.20pm and involved a two-car train heading west with around 20-25 passengers on board and a two-car train without passengers who were preparing to go into service at the government centre. station.
Both trains derailed following the collision.
Boston 25 reported that two operators and a jumper were injured. In a statement at 11 p.m., the MBTA said three operators were injured and taken to Massachusetts General Hospital.
No passengers were treated for injuries, the statement said.
Passengers are urged to use the Orange line between State and North Station while the MBTA investigates.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.
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