Saturday, October 23, 2021

Make money on FreshReportersMake Money On FreshReporters


telegram SH
Whatsapp 9787748839374893773 1

images 23 1609798193847

HomeNewsGeneral News16 Dead, 60 Injured In Train Accident In Bangladesh

16 Dead, 60 Injured In Train Accident In Bangladesh

16 Dead, 60 Injured In Train Accident In Bangladesh

FreshReporters News learnt that not fewer than 16 people were killed and 60 others injured in a head-on collision between two trains in Brahmanbaria district in central Bangladesh on Tuesday, railway officials said.

A railway spokesman said the the pre-dawn accident appeared to have occurred when Chittagong-bound Udayan Express was changing tracks at Mondobhag railway station in the district and the Dhaka-bound Turna Nishita coming from the opposite direction collided with it.

“The salvage campaign is nearly completed as Railways Minister Nurul Islam Sujan and our senior officials visited the scene to oversee the rescue drives,” the spokesman said. 

Hayat-ud-Dowla Khan, Brahmanbaria Deputy Commissioner was quoted as saying by the Dhaka Tribune that the accident occured because the loco masters did not obey the signals.

According to EconomicTimes, 12 passengers died on the spot, while the rest succumbed to injuries as the rescue campaign was underway or after


SEE HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON THIS PLATFORM>>[http://bit.ly/2PvYHfC]

Donate to support Freshreporters=>https://freshreporters.com/support




DISCLAIMER
For publication of your news content, articles, videos or any other news worthy materials, please send a mail to thefreshrepo [email protected]

For Advert and other info, you can send a WhatsApp Message to +2347050565443


Join thousands of readers to receive daily Latest News:

telegram iconJoin our Telegram Group

facebook iconLike our Facebook Page

whatsapp iconJoin our WhatsApp Group

twitter iconFollow Us on Twitter

facebook iconJoin Our FACEBOOK GROUP

instagram iconFollow Us on Instagram

youtube iconSubscribe to our YouTube Channel


.

3 COMMENTS

Most Viewed news

close button