PHOENIX - Three people are injured after the driver of an SUV allegedly ran a red light and collided with a light rail train in downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix Fire Department officials say the 57-year-old driver of the SUV was taken to a hospital and designated as a trauma patient.
The other two people weren't seriously injured.
The crash occurred about 3 p.m. Wednesday at Central Avenue and Roosevelt Street.
Fire officials say the SUV was T-boned by the train and light rail riders had to force the train's doors open to get out.
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