The MBTA says service has resumed on part of the Green Line's B Branch after an accident near the Boston University Bridge.
No one was hurt when a Green Line train collided with a Maserati.
Service was suspended between Packard's Corner and Kenmore station, the transit agency said, during the busy Wednesday before Thanksgiving. It has since resumed.
The owner of the car, who identified himself as Larry, said everyone was OK and that everything happened "fast and quick."
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"Feeling OK, we’re tough people," he told reporters.
The Maserati sustained significant damage, and a light pole was taken out.
This can be a challenging and busy intersection, with bicyclists, buses, the train, and cars turning in multiple directions.
The driver wanted his family in Randolph to know they’d still make it for the holiday.
“Hi mom, hi dad, we’re OK, we’ll see you tomorrow.”
The driver has been cited for an Improper Turn.