Train crash outside of Philadelphia leaves 33 hospitalized

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More than 30 people have been injured after a train crashed in the eastern United States city of Philadelphia.

Four people, including the train's conductor, were rushed to area hospitals, Micozzie told local media at a news conference near the crash site.

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The incident occurred around 12:15am on Tuesday, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) said.

At least 42 people - including the conductor - were injured in the crash.

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Thirty-three people, including the train's operator, sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the accident, according to the spokesperson. The other victims were taken to Delaware County Memorial Hospital, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital, Misericordia Community Hospital, Springfield Hospital and Taylor Hospital.

A regional rail spokeswoman says the driver of a train that crashed into a parked train at a suburban Philadelphia terminal has been treated at a hospital and released.

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"I was waiting at Gulph Mills". "There was blood everywhere". "The same thing happened at Bryn Mawr - drove past, backed up, picked us up". More than 30 people were hurt in the collision.

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