Swiss police evacuate train amid 'threat situation'

ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss police were evacuating passengers from a train stopped near the central town of Daeniken on Thursday evening after getting a report that people could be in danger, police in Solothurn canton said.

A police spokesman said details were still unclear but no one had been hurt.

“There was just a report in the train of a situation that could pose a threat,” he said, confirming a report by the Blick newspaper.

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