Chronology of train accidents in Germany

The chronology of train accidents in Germany: In Germany, the train journey is generally considered safe. Accidents such as deaths in Eschede and Bavaria, where there are many casualties, are rare. Here's the chronology of train accidents.
XAUMX: A freight train in Mannheim collided with a Eurocity train on the 2014. Two wagons overthrown. 250 injured in the accident. The freight train's mechanic didn't see the stop signal.
September 2012: An Intercity train leaves the tracks when leaving the Stuttgart Train Station. 8 injured in the accident. In June of the same year, an Intercity train ran out of tracks in the same place. The cause of the accident was declared as a fault in the wagons.
April 2012: A regional train collided with another train in Offenbach. 3 people lost their lives, 13 people were injured.
January 2012: A regional train in North Frisia was overthrown trying to avoid hitting a herd of cattle. A passenger died.
September 2011: An Intercity train carrying passengers to 800 due to heavy rains due to heavy rain. He got out of the rails at Goar. 15 injured.
January 2011: In the state of Saxony-Anhalt, the 10 people were killed when a passenger train collided with the freight train. A mechanic missed two stop signs.
October 2009: Two historic trains collided at the ceremony held in the city of Lößnitz for the 125 anniversary of the commencement of train services. 52 was injured, four of them were heavy.
APRIL 2008: A fast ICE train crashed into a flock of sheep in Fulda, and partly out of the rails. 73 injured in the incident.
June 2003: Two regional trains collided in Schrozberg, Baden-Württemberg. 6 died.
February 2000: A night-expressing train to Amsterdam-Basel in Brühl came out of the tracks. Balance Sheet: 9 dead, 149 injured.
June 1998: When one of the wheels of an ICE train broke in Eschede, Lower Saxony, the train crashed into a bridge at 200 miles per hour. The wagons were scattered around. 101 people died in the accident.

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