Fire Panic on High Speed ​​Train to Cologne in Germany

In Germany, a high-speed train on the long-distance train was released. While the train became unusable, there was no chance of casualties.

A fire broke out on a high-speed train in Germany. The officials announced that they were not killed or injured after the fire. Transport between Deutsche Bahn Siegburg and Montabaur, the German Railway Operator, said it was closed. In the high-speed train that set off from Frankfurt to Cologne, heavy smoke and rising flames caused panic. 510 passengers inside the train were evacuated. Due to the dense fire smoke, high-speed train services were suspended on the A3 line for a while.

The cause of the fire is not yet known.



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