Train derailment in Tunisia leaves at least two dead | News

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At least two people died and another 34 were injured early Wednesday morning after a train derailed in the city of Sousse, 150 kilometers from the Tunis capital.


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The communications director and spokesman for the Tunisian National Railway Company (SNCFT), Hassen Miaadi, said the injured were taken to the hospitals in Msaken, Sahloul and Farhat Hachad.

Six of the injured remain hospitalized at the Farhat Hachad and Sahloul facilities.

Three buses operated by the transport company Société de transport du Sahel (STS) were made available to carry passengers bound for Gabès, El Jem and Sfax.

The company announced the opening of an investigation to find out the circumstances of this accident and define responsibilities.

The Tunisian railway network, which has 23 long-distance lines of a total of 2,000 kilometers and 138 locomotives

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