Rail collision in Spain leaves 155 injured, no serious injuries

Barcelona, ​​Spain — Two trains collided near Barcelona on Wednesday morning, injuring 155 people but none seriously, Spanish officials said.

Catalonia’s emergency services said that although three people were taken to medical centres, none of the passengers were considered seriously injured. No other details on the nature of the injuries were given by the authorities.

Officials say the collision happened on a train line in Montcada i Reixac, a town just north of Barcelona.

Firefighters said no passengers were trapped.

Ester Capella, the Catalan government’s representative in Madrid, told Spanish national radio that officials were looking into the incident.

ABC News

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