Two passenger trains collided in the southwest of the Czech Republic, and firefighters told a local news agency that as many as 50 passengers may have been injured.
PRAGUE – Two passenger trains collided in the southwest of the Czech Republic on Wednesday, injuring dozens of passengers.
Police said the accident happened shortly after 8 a.m. (0600 GMT) in the town of Milavce.
The Czech Railways said an international high-speed train connecting the western Czech city of Plzen with Munich in Germany and a local passenger train were involved in the collision.
The local CTK news agency said up to 50 passengers could have been injured, citing firefighters.