STOCKHOLM (NBC/RTV) - A stolen train in Sweden ends up lodged in a residential building.
Police say the train saw stolen by a cleaner. They say she stole the keys to the train and drove it away before crashing it into a building.
The cleaner was injured in the accident and was taken to the hospital. Nobody in the building was injured.
Police are now investigating how she was able to drive the train away.
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