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Two seriously injured after collision

An accident took the Saturday morning place where a passenger car and a light-rail access collided on the light rail at the Albøgevej in Trustrup, Denmark. Fo

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Two seriously injured after collision

An accident took the Saturday morning place where a passenger car and a light-rail access collided on the light rail at the Albøgevej in Trustrup, Denmark.

Four people were in the car during the collision and have all been rushed to the Aarhus university Hospital in Skejby.

Two are seriously injured, informs vagtchef with the east Jutland Police Martin Christensen for the Extra Magazine.

Vagtchefen can't answer that, how the accident could happen. Havarikommisionen is at the site to clarify this.

Pictures show that the car, which the characters found themselves in, lies on its side after the collision.

Four ambulances, a lægebil and police are on site.

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Photo: Per Øxenholt/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Per Øxenholt/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Ernst Van Norde
Photo: Ernst Van Norde

the Police received the emergency call through 112 at 11.05.

Trustrup is located 13 kilometers west of Grenaa, which is the terminus of the letbanestrækning that goes from Aarhus to Grenaa.

Trafikselskabet Midttrafik informs on its website that the operation of light rail services between Hornslet and Grenaa set because of the work of the police in Trustrup.

Midttrafik is working to insert erstatningsbusser.

Extra Magazine follows the case closely.

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