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In Seoul, when two convoys collided in the subway, 170 people were injured

In the metropolitan capital of South Korea, two trains collided, resulting in injured about 170 people, reports Reuters. Previously reported 80 affected.

It clarifies that because of the collision, one of the train cars derailed and passengers had to get to the nearest station on foot. Most injuries are not serious.

On any of the causes of the incident is not reported.

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