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Austria: 2 trains collide at station in Vienna, 3 injured

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Authorities say two trains have collided at a station in Vienna, injuring at least three people.

There were no immediate details on what caused the collision at the Meidling station in the Austrian capital on Saturday afternoon. Railway company OeBB said service to the station was suspended.



The Austria Press Agency quoted OeBB spokesman Roman Hahslinger as saying the accident apparently involved two local passenger trains.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Austria: 2 trains collide at station in Vienna, 3 injured

Authorities say two trains have collided at a station in Vienna, injuring at least three people. There were no immediate details on what caused the collision at the Meidling station in the Austrian capital on Saturday afternoon. Railway company OeBB said service to the station was suspended. The Austria Press Agency quoted OeBB spokesman Roman Hahslinger as saying the accident apparently involved two local passenger trains. Authorities say two trains have collided at a station in Vienna, injuring at least three people.

There were no immediate details on what caused the collision at the Meidling station in the Austrian capital on Saturday afternoon. Railway company OeBB said service to the station was suspended.

The Austria Press Agency quoted OeBB spokesman Roman Hahslinger as saying the accident apparently involved two local passenger trains.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Austria: 2 trains collide at station in Vienna, 3 injured

Authorities say two trains have collided at a station in Vienna, injuring at least three people.

There were no immediate details on what caused the collision at the Meidling station in the Austrian capital on Saturday afternoon. Railway company OeBB said service to the station was suspended.

The Austria Press Agency quoted OeBB spokesman Roman Hahslinger as saying the accident apparently involved two local passenger trains.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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