GO Transit train collides with dump truck

The driver of a dump truck suffered minor injuries after a collision with a GO Transit train Friday morning.

Driver injured, trains delayed on Barrie line

A dump truck driver suffered injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening after a collision involving a GO Train Friday morning. The collision caused delays for inbound commuters on GO's Barrie line. (Chris Williams/CBC)

A collision involving a dump truck and a GO Transit train sent the driver to hospital and caused delays on GO's Barrie line on Friday

The collision happened just after 8 a.m. near Keele Street and Treston Road.

The front of the truck was badly damaged but police say the driver escaped with injuries that are not life-threatening.

The 6:52 departure from Allendale to Union Station was delayed. As of 8:30 a.m. that train was holding south of King City station while crews inspect it for damage.

The Allandale Waterfront 07:22 - Union 09:03 train — which is north of the train involved in the collision — is holding at Aurora.

GO says the damaged train has been removed from the site where it crashed around 8 a.m. just south of King City station. Both trains were eventually able to move regular service resumed in the afternoon.