The provisional balance of the catastrophe in Poland, belongs to 15 deads and 54 wounded
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The provisional balance of the catastrophe in Poland, belongs to 15 deads and 54 wounded

Warsaw : Poland | Mar 04, 2012 at 4:32 AM PST
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Fifteen people were reported dead in a head-on train crash in Poland's Szczekociny, with some 60 people injured

The provisional balance of the catastrophe, belongs to 15 deads and 54 wounded. The accident took place when colliding of front two trains, on those 9:00 PM, Saturday; that you registration in a rail near tract to the Polish town of Chalupki, in the county of Silesia (south of Poland).

In both trains they traveled around 350 passengers. Among the passengers an unit of studying ERASMUS: Spaniards, there was French and Ukrainian.

For the proportionate informations, the catastrophe took place when the train that covered the itinerary between Warsaw and Krakow trafficked for a mistaken path and it collided of front with which went to the Polish capital from Przemysl (southeast).

The 16 Spanish students that were among the passengers, have left unhurt, as they have confirmed Europe Press sources of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of Cooperation of Spain. The Spanish students are in Poland in the mark of a program of Eramsus.

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CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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