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Two Boston Trolley's Involved in 'Low-Speed Bump'

In Boston at least six people are taken to the hospital after two trolley trains bumped into each other. 

In Boston at least six people are taken to the hospital after two trolley trains bumped into each other. 

At least thirty-five people total were either treated at the scene or taken to the hospital after complaints of back and neck pain. Officials are calling the incident a "low-speed bump," not a crash, and the Boston Fire Department says one two-car trolley hit another two-car trolley. 

Both trolleys stayed on the tracks and there was no visible damage to either one. A transit spokesperson says somewhere between one and two hundred people were on board the two trolleys.
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