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Train crash in Norfolk leaves eight people injured
Eight passengers were injured in a crash involving two trains at a station in Norfolk early on Sunday morning.
The Greater Anglia Great Yarmouth to Norwich service and a stationary East Midlands Trains unit were involved in the "low speed" collision.
Nine fire crews were sent to the scene, and the eight victims, who suffered minor injuries, were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in five ambulances.
The injured were among 31 passengers on the diesel-driven Greater Anglia train which had left Great Yarmouth at 11.34pm on Saturday night.
The ambulance service said all eight people - including four who were stretchered away - had minor injuries.
The two trains remained upright after the crash.
Both the Rail Accident Investigation Branch and British Transport Police are investigating the collision.
Police said the Great Anglia service was travelling at about 10mph when it collided with the second train.
A spokeswoman for East Midlands Trains said its train, which was empty at the time, has been removed from service because of the damage caused.