Three are dead after a car crashed into Allegheny’s SEPTA station on the Frankford Market Line Tuesday morning, according to reports.
The collision killed two pedestrians, a man and a woman, and left one decapitated.
The driver of the car also died and was speeding at over 100 mph before crashing, a police officer told Fox 29’s Steve Keely.
Kensington and Allegheny avenues are both reported to be closed as of Tuesday morning.
All trains will bypass Allegheny because of the crash, according to SEPTA’s Kelly Greene.