Bus and train collided in India 13 Dead: 12 children and a bus driver died as a result of the train crashing into a school bus at a level crossing in southern India.
Giving information on the subject, police official Ravi Nallamala said that the accident occurred in an uncontrolled level crossing in the Medak district of Telengana province, 500 thousand kilometers from New Delhi. Nallama explained that 13 people died and 16 students were injured in the accident.
In India, which has one of the largest railway networks in the world, 23 million people travel with 11 thousand passenger trains per day. In India, where there are hundreds of uncontrolled level crossings, train accidents often occur due to the negligence of trains and railways and human error.