A collision between two trams within Melbourne’s inner city has still left 15 people injured.
The 2 trams crashed at a quit on the corner of Bourke Street and Spencer Streets, outdoors the busy Southern Cross Place, shortly before 3pm on Wed.
A witness said the power of the collision sent the pregnant woman and her kid ‘flying’ through the air, whilst an elderly woman was tossed right into a pole and other commuters were left ‘shaken’.
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A crash between two trams (pictured) within Melbourne’s inner city has still left 15 people injured, with 4 taken to hospital – which includes a pre-school aged child : with all in a steady condition
A witness stated the force of the crash sent a pregnant woman plus her child ‘flying’ through the particular air, while an elderly female was thrown right into a pole plus other commuters were left ‘shaken’Â
The two trams damaged at a stop on the particular corner of Bourke Street plus Spencer Streets, outside the occupied Southern Cross Station, shortly just before 3pm
‘A lady flew and strike her head, that was the bit traumatizing. Iâm still trembling, ‘ witness Yasmin Khushari toldÂ 3AW.
Ms Khushari also told the particular Herald Sun that the crash between the trams was ‘really strong’ and that people had been waiting at a door in order to step off when the accident happened.
‘This old lady before me she had a walking cane and was getting ready : she flew and hit the particular pole within the tram, ‘ the girl said.
‘Everyone was screaming plus flying everywhere… Â I think I actually got lucky because I had been sitting down.
‘This other woman – she was pregnant : and her head was hemorrhaging and her mother or some thing shouted: “Call the ambulance! contact the ambulance”. ‘
Peak hour commuters are expected to face gaps, as Yarra Trams crews carry on to work in order to the picture.
The two trams crashed at a stop (pictured) on the corner of Bourke Street and Spencer Streets
Peak hour commuters are anticipated to handle delays, as Yarra Trams crews continue to work in order to clear the scene
Four people were reportedly rushed in order to hospital, including a pre-school older child, with all in the stable condition
Ambulance Victoria are dealing with as much as 15 commuters at the particular scene, but said no 1 was seriously injured.