Malaga-Sevilla train derails, 30 injured - two seriously

By Wednesday, 29 November 2017 11:36 0
Malaga-Sevilla train derails, 30 injured - two seriously Marinma Aranda/Twitter

A PASSENGER train has derailed on the Sevilla-Malaga line with at least 30 people injured, two seriously.

The full extent of the accident remains unconfirmed, but a police official confirmed that the third carriage came off the rails near a section cut off by heavy rain between the villages of Arahal and El Sorbito in Sevilla Province.

A helicopter was used to evacuate injured passengers as the site is not accessible by road.

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A section of the railway line had been cut off by heavy rain. ©Marinma Aranda/Twitter

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