September 11, 2017 / 12:25 PM / 2 years ago

Around 30 people injured in Swiss train collision: police

ZURICH (Reuters) - Around 30 people were injured on Monday in a train collision at a station in central Switzerland, police said.

None of the injuries are life-threatening, police for the Swiss canton of Uri said in a statement. The accident occurred in Andermatt, a town in the Swiss Alps popular among skiers.

The crash occurred at around 11:30 local time (0930 GMT) while the engine for a train was being moved to the front from the back.

Police said they were investigating the cause of the crash.

Reporting by John Miller and Joshua Franklin; Editing by John Stonestreet and Gareth Jones

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