Multiple injuries after trains crash
BERLIN, Germany - Police say two trains crashed in the Swiss town of Rafz, reportedly causing multiple injuries.
The Neue Zuercher Zeitung newspaper reported the subway train and high-speed train on its way from Zuerich to Stuttgart collided at 6:45 a.m.
Witnesses aid the train hit the subway carriages from behind.
It was not immediately clear how serious the accident was. Photographs from the scene showed train cars that had been knocked off the tracks, but not overturned.
Police spokeswoman Cornelia Schuoler said the accident in the town north of Zurich, near the German border, caused multiple injuries, but she did not say how serious they were.
Zurich canton police did not immediately pick up their telephones or answer an e-mail seeking more information.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Semi driver, likely asleep at the wheel, drove into a home Sunday...
Extensive damage to Sunshine Bridge means big fix, continued closure
BRPD: 22-year-old Baton Rouge man killed in shooting at gas station Saturday...
Denham Springs woman reunited with dog who'd been missing for six years
LSU likely facing hefty fines for behavior of ecstatic fans