Two passenger trains Collide in Egypt
Two passenger trains have collided in #Egypt in which at least 32 people have died. The Sohag ambulance authority has announced that 49 ambulances have rushed to the site of the train collision.
32 people were killed and 66 were injured in Egypt, in a collision of two trains
Additional footage from the Train 18-wheeler Collision in Texas
Train collides with 18-wheeler in Texas
BREAKING! A train collided with an 18-wheeler outside Cameron, Texas, on Tuesday morning. The train, which was carrying oil tankers, exploded as a result of the crash, and authorities have labeled the crash a hazmat situation, according to the Cameron Police Department. Police first received communication about the crash around 6:45 a.m. CT and sent out mutual aid to first responders at the scene. Both the train conductor and truck driver survived the crash without major injuries, local news outlet KXXV reported. Milam County Sheriff Chris White will be sharing more information about the collision later this morning. Police are evacuating nearby houses and telling people in the area to avoid Highway 90.
A train collided with an 18-wheeler outside Cameron, Texas on Tuesday morning.
The train, which was carrying oil tankers, exploded as a result of the crash, and authorities have labeled the crash a hazmat situation. Police are evacuating nearby houses and telling people in the area to avoid Highway 90.
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It's easy to remember the collision avoidance rules by remembering 4 words: maneuverability, sail, starboard and leeward. As explained in this video, these will help you decide who has the right of way when two ships are on a collision course.
Whilst I was getting footage for my 'Freshwater Freediving' Video, I had the misfortune to accidentally hit my head on a rocky outcrop that protruded from the side of the dive site. As a result we had to cut short our videoing and visit the local hospital so I could get stitched up! I actually was recording at the time and from the angle of the camera pointing upwards, it showed what happened (although I didn't see it with the mask I was wearing at the time - I actually avoided one rocky outcrop but in the process hit my head on the one coming out from the other side). I left this footage out of the original video but months later decided that I would put a short video together featuring that particular dive.
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