The four affected people were transported to the hospital for supplementary examinations
PARIS four people were slightly injured after a steam train accident Wednesday night at Euro Disney, a car that was was won by having hit another during the station stop, was learned Thursday of corroborating sources, confirming information of the Parisien.
These four people, including a pregnant woman to six months and a 13-year-old girl, were transported to the hospital for further tests, said a source close to the investigation, adding that they had "nothing serious".
They are from "cash at home or have continued their stay with us", said a spokesman for Eurodisney.
The incident took place Wednesday evening around 20 H 40 on Disneyland Railroad, an attraction that offers a tour of the Park in a steam train of five cars.
According to a source close to the investigation, a bolt broken between the first and the second car of the train, which was disconnected.
"The locomotive and his car were taken advance" and the three cars that were disconnected came encounter when entering station, said this source.
"It has done a small touchette," said the spokesman for Eurodisney, adding that "a wheel of a car was out of the rail".
According to him, this steam train ride at 14 km/h of average and about 8 km/h when the station.
Forty people were on the train at the shock and twelve of them have complained of pain.
"The first elements show that the incident occurred at very low speed while the train was in the station. We will do all that is necessary to shed light on this incident,"said spokesperson of Eurodisney, which said that the attraction was closed Thursday.
A judicial inquiry was opened.