This story has been updated.
BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. -- The MTA released updated information on the Wednesday afternoon crash involving a northbound Metro-North Train and an unoccupied, disabled vehicle at the Green Lane crossing in Bedford Hills.
The collision caused major delays through the evening rush. No injuries were reported.
The 2:22 p.m. train from Grand Central Terminal due at Southeast Station at 3:49 p.m. collided with the car at the Green Lane crossing in Bedford Hills at about 3:25 p.m., according to the MTA.
Power was shut down for a time and delays of up to 70 minutes were reported on the Harlem Line while police and Metro-North officials investigated the incident.
Police said the driver of the car, identified as Joyce Opoku, 43, of New Windsor, N.Y., was stopped at the crossing when the crossing signal and gates were activated in advance of the oncoming northbound train.
Opoku told investigators that she tried unsuccessfully to put her car in reverse as the crossing gates came down on the auto. Opoku, a home health care aide, had an 87-year-old female passenger, who was not identified.
MTA Police said Opoku was able to get herself and the elderly woman out of the car to safety, just seconds before the speeding train struck the auto. Neither Opoku nor her passenger were injured, police said.
Police said the crossing gate and crossing signals were operating properly. Opoku was issued a summons for illegally blocking a railroad crossing.
Tthere were 77 passengers onboard the train involved in the incident, Metro-North said. They were transferred safely to a second northbound train and continued their journey more than an hour behind schedule.
As of 8 p.m., trains on the Harlem Line were still experiencing scattered, residual delays of about 15 minutes.
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