Six Romanians and a Bulgarian woman injured in Sofia-Istanbul train incident

Six Romanians and a Bulgarian woman were left injured after a locomotive hit the first carriage of a train from Sofia to Istanbul on Sunday evening, officials say, according to novinite.com.
At a speed of 15-20 km, the locomotive was performing manoeuvres to be attached to the train, the Bulgarian National Radio reports.
It is not known yet what caused the incident which occurred while the train had stopped at the railway station of Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second-biggest city.
The injured were promptly taken to hospital. The remaining 60 passengers were offered alternative transportation.

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