QLine shut down due to collision with bus and car

The QLine in downtown Detroit was shut down for several hours Monday after a collision involving a bus, car, and the QLine that injured three people.

Detroit police said the accident happened around 1 p.m. when the three vehicles collided near Canfield and Woodward.

Police said three people were injured in the crash and all injuries are considered not life threatening. It's unknown which vehicle the three people were in when they were hurt.

QLine service was shut down as police investigated and worked to clear the accident. It was cleared around 4:15  Monday.

The streetcar opened in May after several years of construction and anticipation. It currently runs on a loop along Woodward from Congress Street to West Grand Boulevard.