CAMDEN, N.J. (WTXF) - The driver of the car that that got hit by a New Jersey Transit RiverLINE train in Camden was only injured in her chest and elbow, despite such heavy damage to her car.
She was also given a summons for disregarding a railroad crossing.
NJ Transit reported the train was heading southbound on Federal Street near River Road at about 6:20am, and the driver of the car may have been trying to go around the downed railroad gates.
FOX 29's Steve Keeley reports the train pushed the car about 50 feet.
Service was suspended in both directions for almost an hour between 36th Street and the Walter Rand Transportation Center, but crews were able to quickly remove the car.
There were four people in the car. Only the driver and one of the passengers were injured.
There were three passengers on the train. NJ Transit says none were hurt.