Five people were harmed Sunday dusk when a debate train collided with a automobile in San Bernardino County, authorities said.
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About 6:50 p.m., a train and a white Dodge Charger collided circuitously a intersection of Valley Boulevard and Linden Avenue in Bloomington, according to a California Highway Patrol.
One chairman had moderate-to-major injuries and four people postulated teenager injuries, pronounced Tracey Martinez, a San Bernardino County Fire Department spokeswoman.
Authorities primarily pronounced 9 people were harmed though after lowered that figure.
At slightest one chairman had to be extricated from one of a vehicles, according to a county Fire Department.
Firefighters from a circuitously Fontana Fire Department helped rescue those harmed in a crash.
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