Train derails in Stonehaven, Scotland: at least one dead

Train derails in Stonehaven, Scotland: at least one dead

Train passengers fear in Scotland It derailed due to torrential rains in the northern part of the country.. About thirty emergency vehicles, including ambulances, firefighters, helicopters and police vehicles arrived at the crash site near Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted that this was a very serious accident. Pictures show several overturned wagons. According to local media, the victims of the accident are three people: the train driver was also killed. You are an injured and missing person.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he felt deeply saddened and insisted that he was close to the victims. Network Rail’s director, Andrew Haines, interrupted his holiday in Italy and returned to the UK today. The train consisted of two locomotives (one in front and one at the end of the train) and four passenger wagons. And he was going from Aberdeen to Glasgow. The locomotive and one of the three wagons closed the rail in the area of ​​Carmont, where access to the rescue was particularly difficult.

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12 August 2020 (change 12 August 2020 | 17:33)

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