At least 30 people have been injured following a train crash in Andermatt, Switzerland.
According to Swiss police, two trains collided at a station between Goschenen and Andermatt at around 11.30am, local time.
The severity of the injuries is not yet know, though authorities say emergency services and medical personnel are currently at the scene.
It's understood there was 100 people onboard the train at the time of the collision.
This is a developing story.
According to emerging reports, an armed man is responsible for injuring at least five people in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen this morning.
It is understood that the individual is still at large, leading Swiss police to seal off the centre of the northern town, and launch a major investigation.
Speaking to 20 Minuten on behalf of the air rescue service, a spokesperson confirmed the incident, saying: "We have been alerted and therefore assume there are injured people."
Speaking at a press conference in the last hour, authorities have confirmed that of the five people attacked, two are seriously injured.
Local media outlets report that the individual was carrying a chainsaw, but police did not confirm this during the conference.
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