Daybreak Montreal | Sep 20, 2013 | 6:00

    Train accident narrowly avoided at 'intersection from hell', says Montreal West Mayor

    There was a scary situation yesterday at the train crossing at Westminister and Sherbrooke West. An STM bus was caught in the intersection, with the train barrier resting on the bus, as an AMT train sped by. Beny Masella is the mayor of Montreal West.

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