SEOUL - Two trains collided on Seoul’s busiest subway line on Friday, an official at South Korea’s National Emergency Management Agency said by phone. Yonhap News reported about 170 people were injured.
Damaged subway trains at the subway station in Seoul May 2, 2014. (Reuters photo)
One train had stopped in Sangwangsimni station in central Seoul when another train ran into it, the official said, asking not to be named citing official policy.
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