Wednesday, October 5

Eleven injured, including a minor with a serious prognosis, after an accident involving a tourist train in Mallorca

The Balearic Emergency Service has reported this afternoon of an accident involving a tourist train in Cala d’Or, in the municipality of Felanitx (Mallorca), resulting in a total of eleven injuries (four minors and seven adults).

Eight of those affected have been transferred to two hospitals on the island and another three have been treated and discharged on the spot. According to SAMU 061, most of the injuries are minor, except for one minor with a serious prognosis injury and another minor with a reserved prognosis.

The causes of the accident are still unknown, although the newspaper Last minute He affirms that the first hypotheses of the investigation indicate that the vehicle was traveling “quite fast and in a curve one of the wheels touched the curb”. Majorca Newspaper ensures that the driver has given a negative breathalyzer test.

According to the Felanitx Town Hall, the last car of the tourist train that connects Cala Ferra with Cala d’Or has overturned on the curve in this area. The medical services and the Santanyí Local Police have traveled to the scene of the events, as well as SAMU 061, which has sent five units.