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Multiple people were injured in a high-speed train accident outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, according to officials with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority.
“At 12:10 this evening Upper Darby received a call that an inbound Norristown high-speed train came into the terminal and hit a stationed car that was sitting in the terminal unoccupied. That car did move and the trolley itself—the passengers—were injured.,” said Upper Darby Mayor Thomas Micozzie. Micozzie says of the 33 people on the train, four people, including the train’s conductor, were rushed to the hospital.
The new edition of Al Qaeda's online propaganda magazine, known as Inspire, calls on its followers to target trains in the US and Europe, identifying three methods of attack: the train's compartments, derailments or assaults on stations. However, a Department of Homeland Security bulletin reviewed by Fox News indicates there is no credible or imminent threat.