Train strikes car in New Jersey; driver stuck inside


JERSEY CITY, New Jersey -- A light-rail train struck a passenger car carrying three people in Jersey City, New Jersey, late today, temporarily disrupting service as police tried to extract one person from the car, according to a Reuters witness.

No one was killed in the crash, which occurred around 6 p.m. People at the scene helped two passengers out of the vehicle immediately after the collision, and police were working on getting the driver out of the vehicle.

Service on the Bayonne to Hoboken stretch of the New Jersey Transit light rail line was suspended in both directions.