About 8:12 a.m., eastern daylight time, July 10, 1985, eastbound two-car train No. 6601 struck the rear of three-car train No. 6614, which was standing inoperative on the eastbound main track of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) Red Rapid Transit Line. Train No. 6614 was stuck in a reverse curve about 900 feet west of the West 98th Street Station in Cleveland, Ohio. The operators and conductors of both trains and a total of 46 of the approximately 400 passengers on the trains were transported to nearby hospitals. Two days after the accident, another passenger was admitted to the hospital for a cervical spine injury; the train crewmembers and the other passengers received outpatient treatment for minor injuries. The rear car of train No. 6614 was derailed and sustained rear end structural damage as a result of the collision impact.