BOSTON (CBS) — A Boston fire engine struck a Green Line MBTA trolley, causing delays on the E Line Tuesday morning.

The incident occurred at about 8:30 a.m. at 570 Huntington Ave. No one was injured, but the delay affected eight MBTA stations.

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Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald said an engine company from the Engine 37/Ladder 26 station struck the trolley. The station is right in front of the tracks and engines from that station cross the tracks multiple times a day, MacDonald said.

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Damage to a Green Line trolley after it was hit by a fire truck (Photo credit Cory Bolotsky)

Damage to a Green Line trolley after it was hit by a fire truck (Photo credit Cory Bolotsky)

No significant damage was caused to the fire truck or the trolley, officials said.

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A fire truck that struck a Green Line trolley caused delays (Photo credit William McAuliffe)

A fire truck that struck a Green Line trolley caused delays (Photo credit William McAuliffe)