Tiny Town train crash: 15 people taken to local hospitals -- no joke

What could be safer than a visit to Tiny Town? It's nothing but adorable little buildings and a cute choo-choo, right? But that choo-choo went off its tracks today, and fifteen people had to be hospitalized with ailments that included broken bones. The crash wasn't tiny at all.

Look below to see a 9News report about the accident, as well as photos from Tiny Town's website of the larger-than-you-remember-them trains and more.

The Occasional Rose, or old no. 22, is a steam engine propelled by enough propane to pull passenger cars along Tiny Town's nearly one mile of track.
The Occasional Rose, or old no. 22, is a steam engine propelled by enough propane to pull passenger cars along Tiny Town's nearly one mile of track.
The steam engine at the crossing point.
The steam engine at the crossing point.
Engine no. 10 is coal-powered.
Engine no. 10 is coal-powered.
This little beauty has been around since the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
This little beauty has been around since the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
The steam engine in the station.
The steam engine in the station.
The Tiny Town Tribune. I wonder what'll be on the front page of the Tribune tomorrow?
The Tiny Town Tribune. I wonder what'll be on the front page of the Tribune tomorrow?

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