At least 34 people have been injured, two of them severely, after an incident at Legoland in Germany when two rollercoaster trains crashed into each other.
German news agency DPA reported that one rollercoaster train braked heavily and another train crashed into it at the Legoland attraction in Gunzburg, Germany.
Fire and rescue services rushed to the scene and three emergency helicopters were dispatched to help with the accident that left at least 34 people injured, 2 of them seriously.
It is not yet clear what caused the crash or exactly how it happened, but it took place in the station of the Fire Dragon ride, according to a spokesperson for the park.
The Fire Dragon rollercoaster has a minimum age of six for children accompanied by an adult, and eight for children riding on their own.
This incident comes after a woman was killed in another rollercoaster accident at a theme park in Klotten, southwest Germany, last week. The 57-year-old woman fell out of the rollercoaster as it was travelling at speed and died from her injuries.