At least 12 people were injured when two trains collided in Salisbury

AA / Glasgow, Scotland / Ahmed Gurhan Kartal

Authorities say at least 12 people were injured when two trains collided in Salisbury, England on Sunday evening.

“Agent intervention is still ongoing following the incident at the Fisherton subway,” the UK Traffic Police said on Twitter.

“Many people were injured, but fortunately no deaths were to be regretted,” he added.

The track, which connects Portsmouth Harbor with Bristol Temple Meats, derailed after colliding with an object. Network Rail reports that another train heading towards Honduran from London Waterloo station collided with the train.

Add: “We report injuries and emergency services are on site as well as the railway company’s first responders.”

Dorset and Wiltshire fire and rescue services called the incident “serious” and 50 firefighters were dispatched to the scene.

* Translated by Mourad Belhaj from English

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