BA train accident in Scotland killed at least three people on Wednesday, including a train driver. The British traffic police said six others were taken to the hospital with injuries after the passenger train derailed about 160 kilometers northeast of Edinburgh. The cause of the accident was not initially stated. However, the region received heavy rains and storms, according to the local representative the Caron River was overflowing.
On Wednesday, thick, black smoke arose at the crash site; Police, fire brigade and rescuers were in large numbers. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon spoke of an “extremely serious incident”, his views being with those affected. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the same thing.
According to the British Traffic Police, emergency services were called to work near Stonehaven at 9.43 am (local time). There were storms and floods in the mountainous area at night.
Stonehaven is on a passenger train route connecting Aberdeen with the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Fatal train accidents occur very rarely in Great Britain. The derailed train derailed in 2007. The head of British Railways Company Network Rail broke the family leave prematurely due to the accident and returned to Great Britain.
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