TEMPE, AZ - A man who was critically injured after colliding with a light rail train in Tempe Thursday morning is now in stable condition.
According to Michael Pooley with the Tempe Police Department, the 65-year-old was making an illegal U-turn at Apache Boulevard and Price Road when he and a passenger were hit by the train around 11:35 a.m.
The driver received life-threatening injuries and had to be extricated from his car after the crash.
Tempe police said the passenger received non-life threatening injuries from the wreck.
No passengers on the light rail train were hurt.
The scene was cleared by 1 p.m.
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