The two injured in the accident of the car hit by a train in the Toledo municipality of Calera y Chozas are in serious condition admitted to the ICU at the Toledo University Hospital, as health sources have specified to Europa Press.

A minor died this Saturday and two people were injured after a train hit a car in the Toledo town of Calera y Chozas, on the Madrid-Badajoz line track. The train was traveling with 209 people, who were unharmed.

Traffic was interrupted at kilometer 147.2 of the railway, but the train continued to the Oropesa station, where passengers would change to continue the journey.

Civil Guard sources confirmed to Europa Press the death of the minor and the two injured. The notice was received at 6:40 p.m. on Saturday.

As reported to Europa Press by sources from 112 in Castilla-La Mancha, three people were traveling in the hit vehicle: a 36-year-old man, transferred by medicalized helicopter to the University Hospital of Toledo and a 32-year-old woman, transferred in an ambulance. advanced nursing life support to the same destination. The deceased was an 18-month-old girl, who lost her life at the scene of the accident, these sources indicate.

The Civil Guard, firefighters from Talavera de la Reina and Belvís de la Jara, technical personnel from Adif, a medicalized helicopter, a medical team from Velada, an advanced nursing life support and a basic life support ambulance traveled to the place.

On his side, Adif reported in his X account that it was an Alvia 194 stopped between Talavera de la Reina and Calera y Chozas for running over a road vehicle on a farm road.

In this way, the railway operator confirmed that there were no injuries inside the train and that it had mobilized a train from Chamartín and another from Cáceres for the possible transfer of passengers.

Sources from 112 in Castilla-La Mancha indicated that the train continued to the Oropesa station, where the passengers changed to be able to continue the journey. Thus, from Adif it was confirmed around 10:00 p.m. this Saturday that circulation had been restored.