Russian Federation: 19 Uzbekistanis die when train hits bus

Russian Federation: 19 Uzbekistanis die when train hits bus

Russian Federation: 19 Uzbekistanis die when train hits bus

According to local law enforcement, 19 people have died in a crash after a train hit a bus stuck on a railway in the Vladimir region of Russian Federation.

At least 19 people were killed early Friday in a collision between a train and a bus in central Russian Federation, regional authorities said.

Russia's investigative committee said the passenger bus was hit at a crossing not far from Moscow early this morning.

The bus, which was carrying migrant workers from Uzbekistan, was shunted several hundred metres down the track, Russia's Rossiya 24 TV channel reported.

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The collision happened at around 3:30am local time according to regional police. The train was travelling from St Petersburg to Nijini-Novgorod when it hit the bus.

She declared: "People inside the bus were sleeping, there were 50 of them".

Uzbekistan's foreign ministry said 58 people were on the bus - 56 from Uzebkistan and two Kazakh drivers.

According to Regional Office of Ministry of Internal Affairs, bus broke down while crossing a crossing, a red light of which forbade crossing. Six people died and 15 were injured when a bus overturned along its 120-mile route from Ozyory to Moscow.

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