Australia, 40 will apologize for the previous Granville train disaster

Australia, 40 apologize for the previous Granville train disaster: The New South Wales (NSW) State 40 will apologize to families who lost their loved ones in the Granville train disaster after years. 18 In this tragic incident on January 1977, the suburban train took off the rails near the Granville train station and the bridge collapsed on the wagons; 83 was killed and 213 was injured. Minister of Transport, Andrew Constance made a statement to the ABC, including apology for those affected.

, No doubt, everyone is very upset about this, Con Constance said. I Over the years, our nation has had to deal with one of the most terrible disasters in its history. Eyalet The NSW State Chancellor has now described the state's railway system as fac obsolete “.

18 people died and 1977 people were injured in the train accident that occurred on January 83, 213. The accident occurred as a result of the passenger train derailing and overturned, causing the collapsed bridge to crash. Investigations and investigations revealed deficiencies in lack of investment, maintenance and improvement efforts, and after disaster, the government fell into serious debt to modernize railways.



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