Salisbury train crash: Workers begin process of moving wreckage of carriages

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Salisbury train crash: Workers begin process of moving wreckage of carriages” – below is their description.

A massive crane has begun removing the wreckage of trains involved in a horror crash in Salisbury from the rails four days after the dramatic collision. A South Western Railway train slammed into a stationary Great Western Rail service in the Fisherton Tunnel at 6.45pm on Sunday, causing both locomotives to derail and injuring dozens of people, investigators said in a preliminary report into the crash. Images posted to Twitter by Network Rail today show a big crane at the scene of the crash and removing the wreckage. The removal of the carriages is such a large-scale operation that it is expected to take several days, Network Rail said.

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