Families of the deceased in the train crash that took place on Tuesday in Qalyoub railway station in Greater Cairo will get LE 100,000 compensation each, Minister of Social Solidarity Nevine El-Qabbaj announced.
Death toll in a train crash that took place in Greater Cairo’s Qalyoub city has risen to four, Ministry of Health said in a statement early on Wednesday.
Train no. 115 travelling from Ismailia to Suez crashed into a pickup truck towing a trailer and loaded with bricks. The accident took place in a level crossing in Suez’s Al-Amer village.
Egypt's railways movement was suspended due to bad weather, Thursday according to Egyptian National Railways statement.
The chairmanship of the Egyptian National Railways has been assumed by engineer Ashraf Raslan.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia, and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman sent a cable of condolences to the Egyptian president following Ramses Railway Station blaze.
Walid Mordy, a railway employee, said that he, along with his colleagues, managed to save over ten people who caught fire, using water and blankets.
There was an altercation between the driver and the other worker in the station and the train was moving slowly and then accelerated so they could not not catch it, the source said in press remarks.
Liverpool Egyptian winger, Mohamed Salah, sent a message to support the families of the train crash victims.
Sisi said that he issued directives for the government to immediately move to the incident scene, identify and punish whoever is responsible for it after thorough investigation.
Official sources said the railcar could not move with such high speed without a driver unless someone had set it to move.
Minister of Transportation Hesham Araft referred 14 officials of Egyptian Railways Authority to be investigated over derailment of the Upper Egypt-bound train
10 persons died, 15 were injured in a train crash took place in Beheira governorate on Wednesday
A train derailment near Italy's financial capital Milan killed between three and five people on Thursday
The death toll of a train crash in South Africa's Free State province that resulted from a collision between a truck and a passenger train on Thursday has risen to 18.
The detention of the two trains’ drivers involved in the crash incident in Alexandria .
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi over the deadly trains’ collision in Alexandria.
Mostafa El-Sayed, the minister of transportation’s advisor for the maintenance of the railway, died upon seeing bodies of Alexandria’s train collision victims.
King Abdullah II of Jordan extended his condolences to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi over Alexandria’s train collision
Minister of Solidarity Ghada Wali announced compensations worth LE 50K for each family of victims who perished in Alexandria’s train collision.