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TEMPE, AZ (CBS5) -
A man believed to have suffered from a medical condition crashed his car into a billboard in an incident that also shut down a rail line in Tempe.
Jim Schmit of the Tempe Fire Department said the man's car hit a wall and a billboard and the crash blocked the railroad tracks at the intersection of Kyrene and Elliot roads.
There was considerable damage to the billboard and car.
The man's condition and no other information was immediately available.
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