Trams collide in Berlin, injuring at least 27

Trams collide in Berlin, injuring at least 27

Two trams collided in Berlin (Stock image)

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Two trams have collided in Berlin, injuring at least 27 people.

Emergency services arrived at the scene of the incident in the Prenzlauer Berg area of Germany's capital city at around 11:50am this morning (June 29), according to the Daily Express.

Reports suggest one of the trams partially derailed and had to be lifted back on following the crash, in which it collided with another tram moving in the opposite direction.

One of the drivers is said to be suffering from shock.

Local media said at least 50 firefighters had attended the scene.

The cause of the crash is not known and train operator BVG is investigating.