No one is missing after train accident in Germany

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The police in Bavaria informs that no one is missing after the train accident which cost ten lives in Bavaria in southern Germany.

The  police now thinks that there are no more  people who lost their lives in the accident located inside the train wreck from the front to front- collision Tuesday, as the  rescue crews feared.

– There are no more people missing anymore ,  a spokesman for police in Ober Bayern Süd  said Wednesday.

Early Wednesday morning DPA reported that the death toll from the accident had risen to eleven after a missing person was found. An hour later the News Agency reported that the information, which came from the operations center, is incorrect.

Some rescue crews  told the media on Tuesday that there was eleventh victim in the remains of the two trains that collided six miles southwest of Munich that morning.

18 people were seriously injured and 63 others received minor injuries in the violent front to front-collision between two passenger trains outside Bad Aibling in the state of Bavaria.

 

Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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