SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Twenty-seven people were injured Thursday night in a light rail crash north of Sacramento, California, authorities said.
It is the second collision to occur between two trains in Sacramento since the light-rail train service began in 1987, according to the Bee.
Original report: According to KOVR, officials are calling the crash a "multi-casualty" incident. Sacramento Metro Fire spokesman Chris Vestal said there were multiple injuries and "multiple medics" were at the scene, the television station reported.
Officials with the Sacramento Fire Department said the crash occurred around 9:45 p.m., KCRA reported.
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