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.
The train driver, and the driver of the tractor, were both shaken and in shock, but otherwise uninjured.
Some minor injuries have been reported, although none are believed to be life threatening. Two people have been taken to Welshpool Hospital for further treatment.
All passengers have now been taken off the train and rail replacement buses have been arranged by Arriva Trains Wales.
Work is underway to remove the train from the tracks.
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