A train hit a car Wednesday night after it got stuck on the tracks in Edmonds. Minor injuries were reported. (Edmonds Police Department)

A train hit a car Wednesday night after it got stuck on the tracks in Edmonds. Minor injuries were reported. (Edmonds Police Department)

Train hits car that went around crossing arms in Edmonds

Only minor injuries were reported from the slow-moving train’s collision into the side of the car.

EDMONDS — A slow moving train hit a car trying to cross the tracks Wednesday night.

The driver, a 76-year-old Edmonds woman, tried to beat the train and went around the crossing arms. Her vehicle got stuck and was hit on the side by the train around 8:45 p.m. Another Edmonds woman, 25, was in the passenger seat. Only minor injuries were reported by the Edmonds Police Department.

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