A tractor driver sustained serious injuries after a train carrying 135 passengers collided with his vehicle in Norfolk.
The incident happened shortly after 12:30pm on Sunday (April 10, 2016) at Hockham Road level crossing, Roundham in Norfolk.
The tractor driver, aged 31, was airlifted to hospital after sustaining serious, although not life-threatening, injuries.
The train driver was also taken to hospital and his injuries are not thought to be serious.
A spokesperson from the British Transport Police said: "Four other passengers have been taken to hospital and a number of people have been treated at the scene by paramedics.
"Their injuries are not thought to be serious."
The train, which was the 12:03 Norwich to Cambridge service, was extensively damaged but managed to remain on the tracks.
A joint British Transport Police and Rail Accident Investigation Branch investigation is now underway.