Three dead as commuter trains collide in Indonesia, says transport official

Three dead as commuter trains collide in Indonesia, says transport official
Three dead as commuter trains collide in Indonesia, says transport official

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - At least three people were killed when commuter trains collided in Indonesia’s West Java province today. — Screengrab from Kompas TV

JAKARTA, Jan 5 — At least three people were killed when commuter trains collided in Indonesia’s West Java province today, a transport ministry official said.

Video footage broadcast by MetroTV and Kompas TV news channels showed some train carriages had derailed completely while passengers were being helped out of others. Ambulances were at the scene to take the injured to the nearest hospitals, police said.

Two of the victims were the train’s operators, said the transport ministry’s director general for trains Mohamad Risal Wasal.

It was not immediately clear what caused the crash or how many people were on board the trains. All passengers had been evacuated, authorities said. — Reuters

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