Two commuter trains collided on a suburban rail line outside Philadelphia on Saturday, injuring 30 people, officials said.
The injuries were minor, said Jim Whitaker, spokesman for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority. Nine people were treated for trauma injuries at Abington Memorial Hospital but none of the were life-threatening, hospital spokeswoman Linda Millevoi said.
The two commuter trains, one headed north from Philadelphia toward Warminster and the other headed into the city, collided just before 3 p.m., Whitaker said.
A car on one of the trains derailed, Whitaker said. Shuttle buses were used to take people between the Glenside and Warminster stations, he said.
Officials do not know how fast the trains were going or how many people were on board, Whitaker said.