INDIANAPOLIS - There were reportedly no injuries Thursday morning when a train and lumber truck collided on the east side of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis police (IMPD) said just before 11 a.m., a train and truck collided near North Dearborn and East 21st streets.
Police said there were no injuries, however a witness told RTV6 that an ambulance was on the scene, presumably to check out all involved parties.
As of 11:30, Massachusetts Avenue was closed between Dearborn and North Sherman Drive. You're advised to avoid that area for now.
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