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No Injuries Reported After Metro Train Collides With Vehicle in Santa Monica

A Metro E Line train collided with a car in Santa Monica Monday morning. 

According to the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD), the crash occurred Monday around at the intersection of 11th Street and Colorado Avenue after a vehicle made an illegal left turn. 

Nobody was injured in the incident, which took around 15 minutes to clear. 

The circumstances of the crash were under investigation Monday by the SMPD.

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