The media in Germany reported today an unusual incident at the "Legoland" amusement park in the town of Ginzburg in the south of the country, during which two roller coasters full of passengers collided and injured over thirty people.
As far as is known, there were no fatalities, but it is known that at least two are suffering from serious injuries, ranging from 31 to 34 according to some reports.
According to the initial investigation published in the German media, one of the trains braked suddenly, causing a collision with the other train which was apparently too short of a distance to brake on its own.
Helicopters were sent to assist the evacuation carried out by the rescue forces, which also included the fire department, and the evacuation lasted at least an hour.
The facility in question is the Fire Dragon, which is considered particularly popular in the park.
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