What happened in the Grosmont train crash when the locomotive crashed into a passenger car



A train crashed into a passenger car at a North Yorkshire station on Tuesday morning.

People seated inside the wagon managed to escape serious injuries, following the collision at Grosmont station at 10:52 a.m.

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway said the accident is currently under investigation by the Rail Accident Investigation Board (RAIB).

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Laura Strangeway, Business Development Manager, said: “I am extremely proud of the team here at the railroad – with passenger safety paramount, the situation was handled with care and as quickly as possible. “

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This is what happened when a locomotive engine crashed into a passenger train car at Grosmont station

  • A diesel locomotive has crashed into a stationary train car with passengers on board, near the station in the village of Grosmont in North Yorkshire.
  • The passengers in the car escaped serious injuries and were quickly evacuated and transported to the station.
  • The incident was referred to the RAIB for investigation.
  • Due to the disruption, North Yorkshire Moors Railway has announced that Pullman services are scheduled to be canceled from September 23-26.

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