48 people injured in train crash in Spain

By , on July 28, 2017


MADRID, July 28 — At least 48 people were injured, five of them in serious condition, after a train crashed at a station in the Spanish city of Barcelona on Friday morning, emergency services said.

At least 18 people were taken to hospitals, Barcelona’s emergency officials said on Twitter.

The train, coming from Sant Vicenc de Calders in the province of Tarragona in the rush hour, crashed into a railway buffer at the Estacio de Franca station in the city center.