A truck collided in Japan and the train carrying 400 passengers derailed
November 23. On the evening of the 23rd local time, a train in Kobe, Japan collided with a freight car and some of the train’s carriages derailed. About 400 passengers were on board the train, and there are no reports of casualties.
According to a report by Japan’s “Mainichi Shimbun” on the 23rd, the incident took place on the Hankyu Kobe Line and the location was the Kobe Crossing in Nada District, Kobe City. The heavily damaged truck was parked near the crossing, and the air was filled with the smell of gasoline. A man living nearby said that he had heard a loud impact.
At that time, there were about 400 passengers on board and no casualties were reported. The driver of the truck also took refuge in time before the incident. Most of the passengers got off the bus by themselves and walked along the route to the nearest Rokko station.
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