Two passenger trains collided at a train station in northern Switzerland during morning rush hour on Thursday, injuring at least 17 people, police said.
Two passenger trains collided at a train station in northern Switzerland, injuring several people, according to police, as media reported at least 30 had been hurt.
"At least 17 people have been injured. Nine have been hospitalised," Anja Schudela, a local police spokeswoman in the canton of Schaffhouse, told the Blick daily's online edition.
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