Human error may have been to blame for the train crash in Bad Aibling in southern Germany. Ten people died and some 80 others were injured when two trains collided on Tuesday.
Two people have been killed and multiple passengers injured in a collision between a freight train and a passenger train in the southern German state of Bavaria. Police have arrested the on duty traffic controller.
Both police and the city subway rail operator have said it's too early to speculate on the collision's cause. The crash injured 23, two of them seriously. One of the drivers was taken to the hospital
A German court has sentenced the dispatcher to over three years in jail for negligence leading to the deadly Bad Aibling train crash. The driver admitted to a series of errors, including playing a game on his cellphone.
Prosecutors have urged a four-year jail term for the man whose alleged negligence led to a head-on train crash. Twelve people were killed when two commuter trains collided near the town of Bad Aibling in February.
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