Train crash in Missouri brings down road bridge
A train crash in Missouri has brought down a road bridge and injured seven people.
The collision in Scott County saw one of the freight trains derail and hit a pillar propping up the Highway M overpass.
According to KFVS12.com, Scott County Sheriff Rick Walter said two vehicles were on the overpass when it collapsed and three people in one vehicle, two in the other were taken to a nearby hospital.
Two train conductors were also injured.
Reuters reports that the crash also caused a fire when diesel fuel leaked from one of the train engines.
Last week, a passenger train derailed in Connecticut injuring more than 70 people.
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