Train Expeditions Returned to Normal in France: After the derailment of the train that made the Paris-Limoges flight in France at Brétigny-sur-Orge Station, the search and rescue and debris removal works started after the end of the trips. The train services, which had been suspended since the Friday of the accident, returned to normal this morning with the first train passing from the scene. The intercity train number 21388, coming from Orléans and passing through Brétigny-sur-Orge Station, reached Paris Austerlitz Station without any problem. In a statement made by the French National Railway Company (SNCF), it was stated that the speed of the first train passing through the accident site was much lower than predicted. As a result of the derailment of the Paris-Limoges train at Brétigny-sur-Orge Station on Friday, 4 wagons were knocked down, 4 people, 2 of whom were waiting on the platform and 6 of them train passengers, died. In the accident, 16 people were injured, 65 of whom are still being treated in hospitals.
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