Planes Trains And Automobiles DOOM! 6 DEAD DENMARK HIGH SPEED TRAIN CRASH + 10 DEAD ANKARA TRAIN WRECK + LISBON TRAM CRASH 28 INJURED ....Up Next.....PLANE DOOM!
DOOM events involving a Train & Tram & Train
- Automobiles i.e. Bus
13 DECEMBER 2018
7 DEAD ANKARA TRAIN WRECKA crash involving a high-speed train at a station in the Turkish capital Ankara has killed at least nine people and injured 47, Turkey's transport minister has said. Images from the scene showed emergency services working to rescue people from badly damaged carriages. Reports quoting local officials said the high-speed train had collided with another train, then an overpass. The accident occurred at about 06:30 local time (03:30 GMT). Source
02 JANUARY 2019
Denmark Train Accident Kills 6 and Shuts Down a Major Transit Artery
COPENHAGEN — At least six people were killed in an accident involving two trains in Denmark on Wednesday morning, shutting down the primary artery linking the country’s two main islands for several hours. The accident occurred shortly after 7:30 a.m., as a freight train and a Copenhagen-bound passenger train passed each other amid high winds on the Storebaelt bridge. But it was unclear just what happened, or how people died. The deputy manager of Denmark’s Accident Investigation Board, Bo Haaning, told reporters at the scene that a cargo container carried by the freight train had somehow struck the passenger train. He said the trailer, which was apparently empty, had overturned or had been blown off the freight train. Source
BUS AUTO DOOM........
14 DECEMBER 2018
Two 'British' children among 28 injured after Lisbon tram comes off the rails and flips over in front of horrified tourists
Two British children are among the injured in a Portuguese tram crash this evening, according to local media reports. Around 28 people are said to have been injured in the crash, which took place at around 6pm near Rua de São Domingos a Lapa in Lisbon. Among those pulled from the wreckage by emergency services were a British baby and child, according to Publico. Source