Super Fast Train in China Accident, Driver Killed and 8 Injured

AllvertaGlobal – A high-speed train engineer died in an accident in Guizhou Province, southwest China, Saturday (4/6). Eight passengers were also reported to have suffered injuries and injuries but were not fatal.
China Central Television (CCTV) reported that a train en route to Guangdong province derailed after hitting debris that had fallen onto the tracks near the tunnel.

Video footage uploaded by several Chinese netizens also showed severe damage to the part of the driver’s area that was crushed by the impact. While the rest of the train body remains intact.

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“The train driver unfortunately died,” said the CCTV presenter, Saturday (4/6).

Footage in earlier Chinese media also showed confused passengers and children screaming in one of the train carriages after the crash. Seen, food and goods scattered on the floor of the carriage which was declared to be ‘safe’.

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“Oh my, what happened?” a man can be heard speaking in English on the recording.

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CCTV continued, all passengers had been evacuated from the train, and local authorities were conducting an investigation into the cause of the train accident. In recent years, fatal accidents have rarely occurred on China’s rail network, which is the world’s largest high-speed transportation system.

China recorded a dark accident in 2017, twelve workers died in an explosion while building a high-speed rail tunnel in Guizhou.

In addition, a crash of two trains colliding in the eastern city of Wenzhou near Shanghai killed about 40 people in 2011. The accident later sparked accusations that authorities had compromised safety in a rush to expand the rail network.
Citing the Washington Post, China has the longest high-speed rail route in the world with a total of 40,000 km. Trains usually travel at a speed of 300 km/hour.

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This mode of transportation usually carries hundreds of millions of passengers every year. However, that number has decreased drastically due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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