A “number of individuals” have been left wounded from a train accident at a passage near Salisbury, England, according to the British Transportation Police (BTP).
” Luckily nobody has died,” the BTP tweeted quickly after 9:00 p.m. local time (5:00 p.m. EDT) Sunday.
Police officers are continuing to respond to the event at the Fisherton Passage, the agency added.
Earlier Sunday, BTP police had been phoned call to help, “complying with records a train derailed.”
A tweet from the Wiltshire Cops also said police officers were reacting with fire as well as rescue service “at the scene of a train crash involving two trains in between Andover and also Salisbury.”
A declaration from Network Rail Wessex stated the case included the 17:08 p.m. Great Western Railway service in between Portsmouth Harbour as well as Bristol Holy Place Meads and also the 17:20 p.m. South Western Train service from London Waterloo to Honiton.
The line continues to be closed as emergency situation services accomplish their job, Network Rail Wessex included.