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Man injured in crash in southeast Calgary
A man is in hospital in stable condition after a crashing into the CTrain and then a business near 36 Avenue S.E.
A man has been sent to hospital after he slammed into a building after crashing into the CTrain at 36 Avenue S.E.
Police say that a truck was heading eastbound on 36 Avenue S.E. at about 11:30 a.m. when it crashed into the northbound CTrain. The vehicle then continued driving where it burst through the wall of a nearby business.
One man was taken to hospital as a result and police say he is listed in stable condition.
Calgary Transit says the incident impacted service in the area, shutting down the CTrain in both directions for a number of hours.
The intersection of 36 Avenue and Burnsland Road S.E. was also closed while police investigated the circumstances of the crash.
There are no details on the cause of the crash.