Salisbury rail crash: Train derailed 7 MINUTES before second train hit it ‘leaving 17 hurt and baby pulled from wreck’

Salisbury rail crash: Train derailed 7 MINUTES before second train hit it ‘leaving 17 hurt and baby pulled from wreck’

Salisbury rail crash: Train derailed 7 MINUTES before second train hit it ‘leaving 17 hurt and baby pulled from wreck’

The Sun says THE SALISBURY train involved in a crash which left 17 people in hospital had derailed SEVEN minutes before the second train hit.

A newborn baby was one of 100 people evacuated by more than 50 firefighters after the two trains collided in the Fisherton Tunnel near Salisbury.

At 7.08pm yesterday evening the Great Western Rail service from Portsmouth Harbour to Bristol Temple Meads struck a mystery object – causing the rear carriage to derail.

Seven minutes later at 6.45pm, the 17:20 South West Rail train from London Waterloo to Honiton in Devon sped through the tunnel and crashed into the other train leaving dozens of passengers injured as sparks flew.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16592473/south-western-train-crash-emergency-salisbury/


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