The cable cars slammed around 250 yards from the Benson Street Midland Metro stop

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The cable cars slammed around 250 yards from the Benson Street Midland Metro stop
The rescue vehicle service’s episode commander, Tom Cullen, said: “One cable car went into the back of another
“Fortunately the level of wounds was not as well noteworthy what’s more, around 25 individuals were uninjured

“After we had the control turned off, we escorted them back up the track to Benson Street station ”

A further seven patients who had endured minor wounds were at that point taken back up the line to the station, from where four went to Sandwell Healing facility what’s more, a further three to Birmingham’s Selly Oak Hospital

Mr Cullen included that the last six travelers were incapable to walk, having endured wounds such as a wound ankle, heart problems, a neck injury, cuts, bumps, wounds what’s more, shock

Another cable car was brought down a parallel track so that it was inverse the crash site

The remaining patients were at that point stacked onto the third cable car some time recently being taken to the close-by City Hospital

Mr Cullen continued: “There appears little question that the travelers have been lucky

“To get no major wounds from such an episode is extremely blessed what’s more, would recommend that the cable cars were not moving rapidly at the point when they collided “

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