16 killed as train hits bus in Russia - The Daily Star

16 killed as train hits bus in RussiaThe Daily StarAt least 16 people were killed yesterday when a train slammed into a bus that had broken down on a level crossing east of Moscow, authorities said. The accident occurred before dawn on Friday near the town of Pokrov, some 110 kilometres east of the ...and more »

Train collides with bus in Russia, killing at least 16 - Newsline

NewslineTrain collides with bus in Russia, killing at least 16NewslineOct. 6 (UPI) — At least 16 people aboard a bus were killed when it was struck by a train in Russia's Vladimir region, 60 miles east of Moscow. The bus was traveling late Thursday from Kazakhstan to Moscow with 55 people aboard when it was struck at a ...and more »

19 dead in Russian train-bus collision near Pakrov - euronews

euronews19 dead in Russian train-bus collision near PakroveuronewsAt least nineteen people have been killed when a train collided with a bus that had broken down at a level crossing near Moscow. Two children and three adults have been taken to hospital where a team of emergency physicians and pediatric surgeons were ...and more »

Train rams into bus in Russia - Pravda

Train rams into bus in RussiaPravdaA train rammed into a passenger bus, the motor of which died on railway tracks in the Vladimir region of Russia on October 6. The drivers could not start the engine because of a problem with a battery. 19 people, including one child, were killed in the ...and more »

16 killed as train slams into bus in Russia - New Straits Times Online

New Straits Times Online16 killed as train slams into bus in RussiaNew Straits Times OnlineThe wreckage of a passenger bus is seen after it was hit by a train at a crossing near the town of Pokrov, in Vladimir region, Russia October 6, 2017. REUTERS Pic. By AFP - October 6, 2017 @ 11:28pm. MOSCOW: At least 16 people were killed on Friday ...and more »

At least 19 dead after train slams into broken down bus on level crossing - Metro

MetroAt least 19 dead after train slams into broken down bus on level crossingMetroAt least 19 people were killed when a train ploughed into a bus that had broken down on a level crossing. The victims were migrant workers from Uzbekistan who were heading back to their native country, according to the Uzbek foreign ministry. Vegan ...and more »

Train Hits Bus Carrying Uzbek Passengers In Russia, Killing At Least 16 - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyTrain Hits Bus Carrying Uzbek Passengers In Russia, Killing At Least 16RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyThe wreckage of a passenger bus is seen after it was hit by a train at a crossing near the town of Pokrov, in Russia's Vladimir region, on October 6. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on В Контакте · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend.and more »

At least 19 killed in train-bus collision in Russia - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayAt least 19 killed in train-bus collision in RussiaPakistan TodayAt least 19 people were killed on Friday when a train slammed into a passenger bus that had broken down on a level crossing east of Moscow, regional authorities said on Friday. The accident occurred during the night near the city of Vladimir, some 110 ...and more »

At Least Nineteen Killed When Train Collides with Bus in Russia - Netralnews

At Least Nineteen Killed When Train Collides with Bus in RussiaNetralnewsMOSKOW, RUSIA, NETRALNEWS.COM - A passenger bus has collided with a train in a traffic accident in Vladimir Region, east of Russia's capital Moscow, on Friday (10/06/2017), killing at least 19 people. "At a train intersection near the Pokrovka Station ...and more »

19 killed in bus-train collision near Russian capital - Xinhua

19 killed in bus-train collision near Russian capitalXinhuaMOSCOW, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- A passenger bus collided with a train in a serious traffic accident taking place in Vladimir region east of Moscow on Friday, killing at least 19 people, the Russian Investigative Committee said in a statement. "At the ...and more »

16 people killed after train collides with bus - Bihar Prabha

16 people killed after train collides with busBihar PrabhaRussia, Oct 06 (ANI): At least 16 people were killed when a train hit a bus that had broken down on a railway crossing east of Moscow. The bus, which was carrying migrant workers from Uzbekistan, was shunted several hundred meters down the track.and more »

Sixteen people killed in Russia after train collides with bus - TODAYonline

TODAYonlineSixteen people killed in Russia after train collides with busTODAYonlineThe wreckage of a train is seen after it hit a passenger bus at a crossing near the town of Pokrov. Photo: Reuters. mail · Share. Published: 3:00 PM, October 6, 2017. Updated: 4:05 PM, October 6, 2017. MOSCOW - Sixteen people were killed on Friday when ...and more »

Horror crash kills 21 people as bus sliced in two after stalling on busy train crossing - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHorror crash kills 21 people as bus sliced in two after stalling on busy train crossingMirror.co.ukA crowded bus was sliced in two by a speeding train after stalling on a level crossing, killing at least 21 people, including three children. The horrifying smash saw part of the vehicle dragged 200ft along the track, and harrowing video of the ...and more »

Russia Bus Collision - Colorado Springs Gazette

Russia Bus CollisionColorado Springs Gazettephoto - In this video grab provided by the RU-RTR Russian television via APTN In this video grab provided by the RU-RTR Russian television via APTN, Russian Emergency Situation employees work at the scene of a derailment at a railway crossing near in ...and more »

Train crashes into bus stuck on tracks in Russia, at least 19 killed - Pravda

PravdaTrain crashes into bus stuck on tracks in Russia, at least 19 killedPravdaA train rammed into a passenger bus, the motor of which died on railway tracks in the Vladimir region of Russia on Friday, October 6. The drivers could not start the engine because of a problem with a battery. Sixteen people, including one child, were ...and more »

At least 16 killed as train hits bus in Russia - The Daily Star

The Daily StarAt least 16 killed as train hits bus in RussiaThe Daily StarMOSCOW: At least 16 people were killed Friday when a train slammed into a bus that had broken down on a level crossing east of Moscow, authorities said. Uzbekistan's foreign ministry said in a statement that 19 Uzbek citizens had died in the crash, but ...and more »

Russia: 19 Uzbekistanis die when train hits bus - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyRussia: 19 Uzbekistanis die when train hits busAnadolu AgencyNineteen Uzbekistanis died after a train hit a bus carrying 58 people in Russia's Vladimir region, east of Moscow, Uzbekistan's Foreign Ministry said on Friday. The ministry said in a statement that according to the Uzbek Embassy in Moscow the accident ...and more »

19 killed in Russia after train hits bus stuck on crossing - ABC News

ABC News19 killed in Russia after train hits bus stuck on crossingABC NewsIn this video grab provided by the RU-RTR Russian television via APTN, Russian Emergency Situation employees work at the scene of a derailment at a railway crossing near in the town of Pokrov, about 85 kilometers (53 miles) east of Moscow, Russia.and more »

Bus crash at railway crossing kills 19 in Russia - Public Radio of Armenia

Public Radio of ArmeniaBus crash at railway crossing kills 19 in RussiaPublic Radio of ArmeniaAt least 16 people were killed when a train hit a bus on a crossing in the Russian region of Vladimir, 100km east of Moscow, Sputnik reports. Two Kazakh nationals were the drivers of the bus, one of them died, Kazakh Foreign Ministry spokesman Anuar ...and more »

Train hits bus in Russia killing at least 19 - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieTrain hits bus in Russia killing at least 19BreakingNews.ieAt least 19 people have been killed after a train hit a bus in the Vladimir region of Russia. Russia's investigative committee said the passenger bus was hit at a crossing not far from Moscow early this morning. Russian news agencies are reporting that ...and more »