Two Trains Collide in Congo 13 Dead


In the accident that occurred as a result of the collision of two freight trains at the Ngodji station in the Pointe Noire region of the People's Republic of Congo, 13 people lost their lives and 25 were injured.

Congo Railways General Manager (CFCO) Jean-Claude Tchibassa Louboungou stated that an investigation has been launched into the incident and we care about the wounded and loss of life.

In the country where the railway infrastructure is insufficient, train transportation has been available at certain intervals for a long time due to corruption in the institution.

The accident dates back to history as the 5,5 and 1992's largest train crash in 2005 and Mvoungouti in 2012 and the 4 after the train accident in Yanga.

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