Accident on MBTA Green Line near Boylston stop

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November 29, 2012, 12:36 pm
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BOSTON (AP) - An MBTA spokesman says a subway trolley has bumped into the back of another trolley at the Boylston Street subway station and some passengers are reporting back and neck pain.
Spokesman Joe Pesaturo said there was no derailment and no visible damage to the trolleys after the slow-speed accident at about noon on Thursday.
EMTs set up a triage area in the station and broadcast reports showed some people on backboards with neck braces.
No further details were immediately available.

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