Egyptians look at the crash of two trains that collided near the Khorshid station in Egypt's coastal city of Alexandria, Egypt August 11, 2017. REUTERS/Osama Nageb Egyptians look at the crash of two trains that collided near the Khorshid station in Egypt's coastal city of Alexandria, Egypt August 11, 2017. REUTERS/Osama Nageb

Prosecution requests DNA tests for Alexandria train victims

By: MENA
Sat, Aug. 12, 2017
ALEXANDRIA– 12 August 2017: Public Prosecution in Alexandria ordered Saturday to carry out DNA tests to identify people whose bodies were torn in Friday's train crash.

Meanwhile, a committee of professors from the Faculty of Engineering of Alexandria University to inspect the semaphore and level crossing systems.

On Friday, a train travelling from Cairo to Alexandria crashed into the rear of another train en route to Alexandria from Port Said.

The second train was stationary at Khorsid Station when the crash occurred. The collision left at least 41 dead and 132 injured.
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