A SEPTA train engineer was taken to the hospital Saturday after a rock that was thrown broke through the window of a train.
A SEPTA spokesman tells FOX 29 the engineer was injured as the train approached the area of 33rd and Girard.
The engineer was operating the Trenton Regional Rail line when the rock was thrown.
SEPTA says the rock broke through the train window and hit the engineer. The engineer was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for minor injures.
SEPTA says it is investigating the incident.
Your Friday will feature steadier showers and thunderstorms early giving way to scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. We reach an early High of 64, followed by falling temperatures. Winds pick up out of the NW 10 to 15 mph. Right now the Memorial Day Weekend looks cool with highs in the low to mid 60s.