According to the news source Lindaikeji blog, 11 People was confirmed dead while about 98 were left injured as four Passenger train that was heading to Nile, Delta City of Mansoura from Egypt Capital. The train left Qalyubia province from north City of Cairo before it got derailed on its way to Delta City. This incident have left many injured and some dead.
Here in this article, we will show some photos of the derailed trained and how bad it was really affected while it crashed. The injures most of the passengers sustains includes broken bones, bruises and severe cuts. It's truly such a sad day for the affected families especially those who lost their lives in the incidents.
Here are some sad photos from the deadly accident.
According to the news source, The Egyptian Authorities have sent about 60 Ambulances to the Derailed train site so that they cold aid in transportation of the victims to the hospital.
This is actually a sad day for the affected family and we wish those that sustains injuries a quick recovery. However, we pray that those who lost their loved ones in this incident will be consoled by God Almighty.
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