A collision involving a San Francisco Municipal Railway train and another vehicle in the city’s Sunset District is causing Muni delays this morning, a Muni spokesman said.

The crash was reported at 9:33 a.m. at Judah Street and 26th Avenue on the outbound N-Judah line, according to spokesman Paul Rose.

No injuries were reported, Rose said.

As of 10:03, Muni crews had cleared the accident, and service has resumed. However, riders are reporting residual delays as the N returns to service.

It’s been a rough week for Muni Metro — the N Judah had another accident Wednesday afternoon, the K/T Third collided with a truck on Tuesday, and a man was fatally struck by the M-Oceanview Monday in the subway near Civic Center station.

Sasha Lekach of Bay City News contributed significantly to this report

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