Greece's Lamia City hits Train TIR with Turkish plate

In Lamia, Greece, the train hit the Turkish license plate TIR: The passenger train I / C59 from Thessaloniki to Athens was hit by a Turkish license plate passing the open level crossing near the town of Tithoreas in Lamia, Greece.

While the locomotive of the train with 300 passenger was derailed in the severity of the crash, there was no accident or death in the accident.

The Greek Railways Organization (OSE) said in a statement, the passengers of the train to the capital of Athens to the bus, the damage caused by the accident due to the damage on the rail between Thessaloniki-Athens between the train Tithorea-Lianokladi said that the distance between buses will be done.

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