17 killed as train collides with bus in central Russia

At least 17 people were killed when a train collided with a bus in the Vladimir Region east of Moscow, the Russian investigative committee’s Moscow department for transport said in a statement. A hospital caring for those injured has told Sputnik news agency five people have been admitted, four critical. Police are working on the ground to establish the details of the accident. Early data indicates the most likely cause was the bus driver going across the rail tracks in spite of a red traffic light.