3 killed, 1 injured after car crashes into Philadelphia station

by SpeedLux
Philadelphia's Kensington

Three people were killed after a car crashed into a SEPTA station in Philadelphia‘s Kensington neighborhood. 

The crash took place around 2:45 a.m. when a Honda Pilot was traveling at a high rate of speed. 

The officer heard the vehicle first and believes it was operating at 100 miles per hour.

The car jumped the curb and struck a metal turnstile, hit three pedestrians who were standing on the pavement and then hit the Allegheny Avenue SEPTA station. 

The car was engulfed after the crash.

The driver and two pedestrians were pronounced dead at the scene.

A 53-year-old man was admitted to Temple University Hospital. His condition is stable.

The traffic in the directions between Somerset and Tioga was stopped due to the crash but was later resumed.

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