The French Judiciary Does Not Leave The Railroad Accident: A lawsuit was filed against the railway maintenance company on charges of “causing unintentional death and injury”.
The French judiciary has no intention of pursuing the train accident that took place in the south of Paris the previous year, leading to the death of seven people.
The Paris prosecutor's office filed a lawsuit against the company responsible for the maintenance of the railroads on charges of “causing unintentional death and injury”. Representatives of the company will testify at the court prosecutor during the day.
Representatives of the company responsible for the operation of the railways will be questioned by the prosecutor's office on Thursday. The company responsible for the company is also considered to be sued.
The intercity train, which made the Paris-Limoges expedition and carried 370 passengers, was derailed on July 12, 2013. Seven people were killed and six were seriously injured.
The latest 25 in the country after the most serious train accident in the pursuit of technical investigations, serious disruptions and errors in the maintenance of rails had revealed.