At least 150 passengers were injured in a train crash outside Johannesburg late Friday, South African officials said, adding that there were no confirmed fatalities.
"We don't have the exact number but it's more than 150 people injured," Russel Meiring, spokesman for the ER24 medical service that was treating people at the scene, told AFP.
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