Ramses Station Accident in Cairo Leaves 20 Dead, 40 Injured
Egyptian state television reported that 20 people were killed and 40 others wounded when a fire broke out in Cairo’s Ramses Station after a train collided with the station’s pavement at the end of the line, causing an explosion.
Top prosecutor Nabil Sadeq opened an urgent investigation into the incident, ordering the formation of a committee to find out the cause of the accident.
A team of prosecutors moved to the scene, accompanied by a number of forensic doctors who listened to eyewitnesses.
Ministry of Health issued a press statement confirming the number of casualties as mentioned in the Egyptian state television’s report.
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