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Five people were injured Wednesday afternoon when a Metro Gold Line train and an SUV crashed in Pasadena, fire officials said.

The crash was reported about 1 p.m. at the intersection of Raymond Avenue and Glenarm Street, the Pasadena Fire Department said in a tweet.

Four people in the train suffered minor injuries and one person in the SUV had serious injuries.

Trains resumed service to all stations, but minor delays were expected until 3 p.m., Metro officials said in a tweet.