Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
FILE - A TRAX train moves through Salt Lake City on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. An early morning collision between a passenger vehicle and TRAX train near North Temple and Redwood Road derailed the train and caused massive damage to the car, but no serious injuries resulted from the mishap.

SALT LAKE CITY — An early morning collision between a passenger vehicle and TRAX train near North Temple and Redwood Road derailed the train and caused massive damage to the car, but no serious injuries were reported.

Utah Transit Authority spokesman Carl Arky said a northbound car on Redwood Road failed to stop at a red light and collided with an eastbound TRAX train around 7:15 a.m. as it was crossing the intersection at North Temple.

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Service on the Green Line to Salt Lake City International Airport was disrupted until a little after 10 a.m. Sunday. A UTA Twitter posting advised Green Line riders to plan for 10 minute delays to the regular service schedule until further notice.

Arky said no injuries were sustained by passengers on the train and the driver of the car also emerged from the incident uninjured. He said investigators believe the driver failed to heed the traffic signal due to fatigue and impacted the train at a speed of around 40 mph.