Κυριακή, 14 Μαΐου 2017

Four dead in train derailment in north Greece

The death toll from the derailment of a passenger train on Saturday evening at the outskirts of the northern Greece city of Thessaloniki has risen to four, Greek railways operator TRAINOSE announced.


Five people have been hospitalized, among them the train's driver which is seriously injured, TRAINOSE told Greek national news agency AMNA.

Earlier, local Fire Brigade chief Constantinos Poultidis had said that seven people who were trapped in locked wagons had been rescued by the Fire Brigade and police, among them two succumbed to their injuries.

Approximately 100 people were on board the train which was heading from Athens to Thessaloniki when it derailed 200 meters off Adendrou train station and its first wagon crashed onto a house under yet unclear circumstances, Greek police said.
 [globaltimes.cn/Xinhua]
14/5/17

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