Five Victims Injured After SEPTA Train Collision in North Philadelphia
June 6, 2018
A SEPTA train collision took place in North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which caused personal injuries for five train occupants. Around 4:20 pm, on Tuesday afternoon, the train accident occurred when one SEPTA train that was traveling from Temple University and another that was heading toward the college collided. Five victims sustained a variety of injuries during the SEPTA train collision.
Commuters assume that trains or other modes of transportation provided by SEPTA or other large transportation companies are safe and reliable, but sometimes the unexpected incident occurs. Train accidents may bring a range of injuries and potential fatalities depending on the speed at which the train is traveling, and if a derailment or another incident caused one train to crash into another. Some incidents may originate from a train operator’s error or poor maintenance of the train.
If you or your family members experienced injuries in a SEPTA accident, contact our Philadelphia SEPTA accident lawyers at Nerenberg & Gagliano, P.C. at 215-569-9100 or contact us online for a no-obligation, free consultation. Our law practice serves clients in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Chester County, but also represents clients in New Jersey and Central Pennsylvania.