A 'number of people' injured after UK train crash, police say

Police at the scene of the train collision on November 1, 2021 in Salisbury, England.

London (CNN)A "number of people" have been left injured from a train collision at a tunnel near Salisbury, England, according to the British Transport Police (BTP).

"Thankfully no one has died," the BTP tweeted shortly after 9:00 p.m. local time (5:00 p.m. EDT) Sunday.
Officers are continuing to respond to the incident at the Fisherton Tunnel, the agency added.
    Earlier Sunday, BTP officers had been called to assist, "following reports a train derailed."
      A tweet from the Wiltshire Police also said police officers were responding with fire and ambulance service "at the scene of a train crash involving two trains between Andover and Salisbury."
        A statement from Network Rail Wessex said the incident involved the 17:08 p.m. Great Western Railway service between Portsmouth Harbour and Bristol Temple Meads and the 17:20 p.m. South Western Railway service from London Waterloo to Honiton.
        The line remains closed as emergency services carry out their work, Network Rail Wessex added.