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Two passenger trains collide in Spain: One dead and many injured

Both locomotives were heading towards each other on the same track
13:33, 9 February 2019

Two passenger trains collided in Spain
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Two passenger trains collided in Spain, in the province of Catalonia. One person died and approximately 60 persons got various injuries. The government of Catalonia reports this.

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The crash happened between Manresa and Castellgali on Friday evening, February 8. After a frontal collision, one of the trains went off the rails and overturned. The movement on the rails was stopped.

As a result of the crash, 26-six-years-old driver of the train died. Besides, over 60 people got injured: 15 are in critical condition, 15 are moderately injured and 37 have minor injuries.

Related: Ukrainian passenger bus collides with four light vehicles in Poland

All victims were taken to the nearby hospital. The cause of the crash is being established.

Earlier, two passenger trains collided in Turkey on December 13. The express train heading from Ankara to Konya rammed the locomotive of the suburban train.

Our diplomats found out there were no Ukrainians who suffered in the accident.

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