Vienna trains collide, dozens said hurt, 5 badly
VIENNA - The Associated Press
The driver's cabins are seen destroyed after two regional trains crashed head on in Vienna, Austria, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. Several people were injured. AP Photo/dapd, Hans PunzOfficials for Austria’s state-run railway service say two trains packed with morning commuters have collided, leaving dozens injured, five of them seriously.
The say the crash occurred in an outlying Vienna suburb where trains in both directions use one set of rails.
Rescue crews were on the scene shortly after the early Monday accident and evacuated all the passengers and crew.
OBB railways spokeswoman Sarah Nettel says the cause of the accident will be investigated.