Multiple People Being Evaluated Following Green Line Train Crash In Allston

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ALLSTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Twenty-three people have been injured following a collision of two Green Line trains on Commonwealth Ave. near Babcock street, Friday afternoon.

The Boston Fire Department says there are no life threatening injuries at this time.

Boston EMS and Brookline EMS transported those injured to area hospitals. Multiple agencies are on scene.

Video and photos from the scene show extensive damage to both trains. The Boston Fire Department said they're working to secure the scene.

MBTA Green Line service is suspended between Packard's Corner and Kenmore because of the accident.

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The MBTA said shuttle buses are replacing B Branch trains between Kenmore and Washington Streets because of the crash.

The cause of the accident is unknown at this time. People are being asked to avoid the area.

This is a developing story, stay tuned to WBZ NewsRadio for the latest.

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