At least one person has died and thirty others have been injured as a result of the collision between two trains in the southern district of the city of Munich, in Germany.
According to the German police authorities, the collision between the two trains has happened This Monday around 4:40 p.m. in the immediate vicinity of the Ebenhausen-Schäftlarn station, in the German region of Bavaria.
A spokesman for the Munich Police has specified that for the time being The causes of the accident are unknown and that investigations are ongoing. Likewise, the identity of the deceased person has not been disclosed.
The railway operating company, Deutsche Bahn, has released a statement about what happened on its website. “Our deepest condolences to the families of the accident victims. We wish the injured a speedy and full recovery,” said Heiko Büttner, director of the Munich S-Bahn.
Similarly, the company has created a rail replacement service with buses between the Wolfratshausen and Grobhesselone Isartalbahnhof stops, those affected by the train crash.