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Egyptian medical and security sources said that 36 passengers were killed and more than 120 injured in a collision between two passenger trains in Alexandria, as a train coming from Cairo collided with another train from Alexandria to Port Said in the area of ​​Khurshid in Alexandria.
The train went off the rails
The cause of the accident was not immediately known, but security sources suggested it may have been caused by a mistake in diverting the train from Cairo.
"The train I was traveling was walking very fast," one survivor told Reuters. "I was sitting in the second vehicle and thankfully the collision took place in the last vehicles."
"After the collision we got off the train and found four broken vehicles and many injured on the ground, and when we approached them we found that the injured were able to jump from the train, and when we looked inside the vehicles we found a lot of dead inside the vehicles wrecked.
Egypt has witnessed many train accidents in recent years, the most severe was the burning of the Upper Egypt train in 2002, which killed 350 people.
History of the collision of trains in Egypt
As for the accidents of trains in Egypt, the frequency of the most important times:
November 1999: A train collided between Cairo and Alexandria by truck and derailed, killing 10 and injuring 7 others.
April 1999: At least 10 people were killed and 50 injured north of Egypt after two trains collided.
October 1998: 50 killed and more than 80 wounded in a train derailment near Alexandria. The train failed to stop at the end of the railway line and broke into a busy market. Reports indicate that some passengers on the train deck may be tampering with a brake valve Resulting in air damage.
February 1997: At least 11 people were killed when two trains collided north of Aswan due to a human error and signal malfunction.
December 1995: A train collides with another maze in dense fog leading to the death of 75 passengers, and the driver is held responsible for speeding the train beyond the limit.
December 1993: 12 killed and 60 injured in two trains collided 90 km north of Cairo.
February 1992: Two trains crash 43 outside Cairo.