On Saturday, July 1, 2006, about 2:53 p.m., southbound Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) passenger train 1143 collided head on with standing northbound SEPTA train 1134 near Abington, Pennsylvania. The southbound train was traveling about 11 mph when it struck the northbound train. As a result of the collision, the control cab car and two passenger cars on the southbound train and the control cab car on the northbound train were derailed. Thirty-eight passengers were injured and treated on scene. Of those, 29 were transported to local hospitals, and 8 were admitted. All six crewmembers from both trains were also taken to local hospitals; three of them were admitted. Total property damage was about $179,700.