Passenger train derails in Bulgaria after collision with car, no injuries reported
A train was derailed in Bulgaria as the result of a collision with a passenger car, Nova television said on Thursday.
The passenger train was travelling from Varna to the country’s capital Sofia and collided with a car after the driver allegedly broke the rules at a railway crossing near the village of Kamenets in the Pleven province.
There were 105 people on the train, and none of them were injured, according to the report.
Law enforcement officers working on the scene began an investigation into the collision and the train’s derailment.