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Woman, Infant Injured When Train Smashes Into Car In N.J.

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CLAYTON, N.J. -

A train smashed into a car Friday morning in the area of Broad and W. Chestnut Street in Clayton, New Jersey, injuring an infant and a 28-year-old driver.

Emergency responders say it happened just before 9 a.m. when a Toyota Camry was traveling eastbound attempting to cross the railroad tracks at W. Chestnut Street.

Clayton Police say the car was struck by a train that was traveling southbound.

The car was pushed along the railroad track about 286-yards.

The woman, a 28-year-old, and the infant child who was in a child safety seat were taken to Cooper Hospital in Camden.

Police say the railroad crossing warning system was working at the time of the crash.

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