The massive train crash accident took place in suburban Philadelphia, in which more than 30 people are reported injured. The Norristown High-Speed Line train collided with the other train, another train was parked at the station when the high-speed train bumped into it.
According to the spokesman for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority named Heather Redfern, the high-speed train crashed into the another parked and empty train, the accident took place at about 12:15 AM, Tuesday at 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby.
Mayor of Upper Darby, Nicholas Micozzie said in the early morning news briefing that about four people get serious injuries in the train crash at a station in suburban Philadelphia.
Upper Darby Mayor said, “The conductor is in the hospital right now, I can’t release his condition.”
According to the SEPTA, total 33 people who were boarded the train were injured and taken to the nearest hospital in the area. The victims were given the medical care at the hospital after the accident, the train conductor is still in the hospital, his condition has not been revealed yet.
One of the passengers who board the train told NBC, “My face hit the wall, put a big hole in the wall and I went straight down and I blacked out. There was blood everywhere.”
He added, “The driver is all banged up and there was this one girl bleeding out of her face pretty bad.”
The officers are investigating the scene and trying to find out the cause of train crash.
There could be service disruptions on Tuesday morning because of the unfortunate incident, SEPTA said.
Four people were injured in the train crash happened in February at the same station at 69th Street Terminal, which was happened because of three out of service commuter trains. At the time of that incident.