Switzerland: At least 30 injured after two trains collide in Andermatt near Zurich
Two trains collided on Monday in a station in central Switzerland, Swiss police said, injuring around 30 people.
The accident happened in Andermatt, a mountain town in the canton of Uri.
Police did not comment on the severity of the injuries, but said medical personnel were at the scene.
As reported in UK’s Metro, the collision is said to have happened in a station between Goschenen and Andermatt and the route has been closed following the crash at around 11.30am, local time.
Police and paramedics are currently on the scene along with firefighters.
The collision happened on the world-famous Matterhorn railway line.
It is believed that the locomotive was being led over a parallel track to take the train from the back to the front of the train when it hit a carriage.
There were 100 people on the train at the time of the collision.