Six dead in rail accident on wind-battered Danish bridge

Six people are killed as a passenger train struck an empty truck trailer that had blown off a cargo train travelling in the opposite direction, as strong winds lash Denmark.

Cargo falls on Denmark passenger train, killing 6

(2 Jan 2019) A Danish passenger train apparently hit falling cargo from a passing freight train Wednesday, an accident that killed six people and injured 16 others as it crossed a bridge linking the country’s islands, authorities said. (Jan. 2)

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