A mother in her 30s was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries after a miniature train carrying more than 150 people overturned at a safari park.
Two carriages came off the tracks at Longleat Safari and Adventure Park in Wiltshire earlier today, as the train was pulling into the main square, injuring several people.
ITV News reporter Rob Murphy reported that the seriously injured woman had been at the park celebrating her son's birthday. He said her children watched as emergency services worked to rescue her from the crash, which happened shortly after 3.30pm.
The woman was airlifted to hospital in Bath with suspected multiple leg fractures.
An investigation has been launched into the cause of the accident. The railway will remain closed while inquiries continue, the park said.
The miniature railway at Longleat has operated there for decades, transporting visitors between the various enclosures and attractions at the estate.
A statement from Longleat said:
Crews from Wiltshire Fire and Rescue were also on the scene to help with first aid. A spokesperson for the service tweeted: