CICERO, III -- A CTA train plowed into a car when the driver reportedly attempted to go around the gate in Cicero.
There were no serious injuries. But, the gate and vehicle sustained significant damages.
The crash happened around 2 a.m. on Thursday at the Pink Line station at 50th Avenue and 21st Place.
Police say the gate was down and flashing.
The driver and a male passenger allegedly tried to run-off from the scene, but were later caught.
Charges are pending a DUI investigation.
The driver and the train operator were treated for minor injuries.
The CTA's Pink Line service is back underway.
Crews working to repair 50th/Cermak crossing after CTA Pink Line train hit a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle reportedly went around the RR gates. pic.twitter.com/A1H0bTwhXK
— Sarah Jindra (@SarahJindra) November 9, 2017
CTA says normal service has resumed on the Pink Line.
Normal service on the Pink Line has resumed after an earlier collision with a vehicle near Cicero.
— cta (@cta) November 9, 2017