At least 21 individuals harmed as trains crash in the Czech Republic’s southwestern city



At least 21 individuals harmed as trains crash in the Czech Republic's southwestern city

Prague [Czech Republic], September 9 (Digpu): A traveller train crashed on Wednesday with a support train at the railroad station in the Czech southwestern city of Kdyne, leaving in any event 21 individuals harmed, rescue vehicle representative Maria Svobodova said.

“The most seriously harmed travellers were taken to emergency clinics in helicopters and rescue vehicle vehicles, firemen keep on recovering someone else caught in the carriage. There is no danger to the casualties’ lives,” Svobodova said.

The police have propelled an examination concerning the occurrence. Railroad traffic has been briefly suspended.



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