About 7:10 a.m., on Monday, March 11, 1996, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Light-Rail-Vehicle (LRV) 9037 struck 2 standing LRVs (9081 & 9018) in the tunnel between 36th Street Station and 37th Street Station, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. LRV 9037 had a crew of one operator and the two standing trains each had one operator. Eighty-nine of the 126 passengers were transported to local hospitals. After being checked for injuries all but 1 of the passengers were released. The three operators were uninjured in the collision. Weather conditions were cloudy, daylight and 47° F. Damages were estimated to be about $82,800.