44 Injured In Swiss Train Collision

30 07 2013
BERLIN (AP) — At least 35 people were injured, five of them seriously, in a head-on collision of two trains in western Switzerland late Monday, police said. One person had yet to be recovered from the wreckage.

BERLIN (AP) — At least 35 people were injured, five of them seriously, in a head-on collision of two trains in western Switzerland late Monday, police said. One person had yet to be recovered from the wreckage.

At least 44 people were injured when two commuter trains collided head-on near the station of Granges-pres-Marnand, about 8 km (5 miles) south of Payerne in Switzerland at around 6:45 p.m. on Monday evening, July 29, 2013.

5 of them were critically injured.

The trains were on a route between Payerne and Lausanne.

One locomotive’s driver was missing after the crash.

Authorities are still investigating the caused the crash.

This train accident came just days after 79 people were killed in a high-speed train derailment in Spain and 17 days after another train accident in France killing 6 people.

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4 08 2013
Grace Rellie

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4 08 2013
Grace Rellie

In the past two months train and plane accidents have come and kicked us in the humanity. Grief is everywhere. I just pray that these people won’t be forgotten by the masses as history shows us.

If you don’t believe me, check out my blog and see. Reality is staggering.
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5 08 2013
ahmadalikarim

Dear Grace,
It is very sad to see so many people killed in accidents. And it is even worse to see people who try to start unrest, demonstrations and wars that in the end will kill many innocent people and kids who actually want peace.

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