Accident experts are tonight investigating how a train carrying up to two hundred passengers came to hit a tractor trailer on one of the main lines across Mid Wales.
Two people needed hospital treatment after the collision.
The accident happened near the Buttington Crossing, just north of Welshpool at 11.49, sparking a major emergency operation, as Kevin Ashford reports.
An investigation is continuing into how a train crashed into a tractor on a level crossing near Welshpool.
Tom Spalding was a passenger on the train, and he told our reporter Kevin Ashford about what happened.
A man has been arrested as part of an investigation into an incident in which a train hit a tractor in Powys earlier today.
According to British Transport Police a 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of endangering safety. He is currently assisting officers with their investigations.
Work is underway to remove the train from the tracks.
A train has collided with a tractor near Welshpool in Powys. The tractor, which was towing a trailer, was hit near the Buttington Crossing.
British Transport Police say there are between 150 and 200 passengers on the train, but none have been seriously injured.
Emergency services are at the scene, and the incident has been referred to the Rail Accident Investigation Branch.
Over the last 75 years, it has brought a little bit of Holywood glamour to Mid Wales. But tonight, Welshpool's Pola Cinema will show its final two films, before closing its doors.
Three generations of the same family have run it - but now it's been beaten by falling audiences and the high cost of going digital.
Tom Sheldrick reports on the struggle for independent cinemas to compete against the giant modern multiplex.
An independent cinema which opened in Welshpool in 1938 will show its final films tonight.
The Pola has been run by three generations of the same family - but they say competition from multiplex cinemas has seen audiences fall.
One of Wales' iconic old-fashioned cinemas, the Pola in Welshpool, will close today. It opened in 1938, has been family-run for years, and still uses the traditional 35mm format.
The owners said closing was due to new technologies and spiralling costs, and it will show a final two films this evening.
Maf Smith, from Renewables UK, discusses the role of wind power with presenter Ruth Wignall.
Today saw the start of Britain's biggest ever public inquiry into wind energy projects, which will sit for up to a year in Welshpool, Powys.
Around three hundred people held a demonstration in the town, as controversial proposals for five windfarms in the area come under scrutiny.
Rob Shelley reports.