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Two trains hit head-on Monday in Switzerland, injuring dozens of passengers and halting train service.
The injury count totaled 35 as authorities continued to search the crumpled passenger cars following the 7 p.m. collision, Swiss authorities said. Four of the injured were believed to be seriously wounded. The conductor of one train was still trapped Monday.
Rescue workers raced to the scene, about 31 miles southwest of the capital, Bern. Passengers, wrapped in blankets, evacuated the train on foot, according to Tribune de Geneva. Police, ambulances and firefighters converged on the crash as helicopters hovered overhead, nydailynews informed.
Rescuers were still working on Monday to save passengers, Vaud police spokesman Jean-Christophe Sauterel told The Associated Press The mangled wreckage of the two trains, remained on the tracks, halting train traffic between Payerne and Lausanne.
As a reminder, a devastating crash killed 79 people in Spain last week.