According to the first determinations, 36 people died in the train accident that occurred as a result of the collision of two trains head-on in Alexandria, Egypt. Most of them have 123 serious injuries.
Passenger train to Cairo-Alexandria, the local time 14.15'de Alexandria-Port Said train crashed into the rear of the train as a result of the 36 in the accident died, most people learned that the heavy 123.
In a statement made by the Ministry of Transport of Egypt, it was announced that the collision of trains occurred in the Hurşit region at 14.15 local time.
It was learned that the passenger's train to Cairo-İskendiriyya occurred as a result of his collision with a train carrying the expedition to Alexandria-Port Said.
Egyptian authorities have not yet given any explanation as to the cause of the accident, but have reported that a commission has been established to investigate the cause of the accident.
The witnesses of the train accident and the local press stated that the train was due to the stop of the train in front.
In Egypt, where there is only life along the Nile River, the north and south of the country are connected by railway lines and the people prefer the railroad rather than the highway.
In recent years, the biggest accident in the country was realized in 2002 and 370 people died by burning.
After that date, dozens of people died in many accidents occurred.