Waterloo Regional Police are investigating another ION light rail transit train- involved collision in Kitchener.
The latest occurred Thursday afternoon on King Street across from Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate Institute.
The collision involved an SUV, and damage was heavy to both the SUV and train.
Police say the van was trying to make a u-turn when it collided with the LRT.
The train was travelling about 40 km/h.
The first crash involving an ION train occurred in the Duke and Water Street area on May 31 when a driver was charged for running a red light.
That caused about $20,000 damage.
The second crash was very minor, considered a non-reportable crash by police.
Regional officials estimated the damage in that crash was less than $2,000.
ION light rail service is set to launch on Friday, June 21st.