Car Crash Causes Metra Delays

A collision near the Bryn Mawr station has things a bit backed up, ABC News Chicago reports.

An inbound Metra Electric Line train collided with a vehicle near the Bryn Mawr station at 71st and South Jeffrey early Monday night, according to ABC7 News Chicago.

While no injuries were reported, the accident is taking its toll on evening commuters. Both inbound and outbound trains are now seeing delays, including trains scheduled to depart Chicago at 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Up to date information on train schedules can be found on Metra’s website.

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