Four people were injured when a commuter train crashed into a stolen vehicle abandoned at a level crossing near the city of Wollongong in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. The injured, including the driver of the train, were taken to the Wollongong hospital.
At around 04.15:4 local time near the city of Wollongong in the state of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia, a 10-car passenger train crashed into an abandoned vehicle on the tracks. In the accident that occurred at the gate in the Kembla Grange district, the first two wagons of the train, which had 4 passengers, derailed, and XNUMX people were injured. Eyewitnesses saw a man flee the scene before the collision, while police were looking for the suspect, and the vehicle was reportedly stolen from a house in the Flinders area. The investigation into the incident continues.