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Two hurt as maintenance train ploughs through shop

Monday 26 July 2010

A freak accident involving a maintenance train in the village of Stavoren in Friesland on Sunday night left two people slightly injured but police say it was a miracle no one was seriously hurt.

The train, which is used to maintain the rails, apparently ploughed through the buffers and hit an empty diesel truck which it pushed through a shop selling water sports equipment. The train and truck came to a halt on the square behind the shop after travelling some 100m from the rails.

Police say it will be several days before the damage is cleared up.

For photos of the damage, click here

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