Car hit by a train on the tracks in Ciampino: girl miraculously alive

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Car hit by a train on the tracks in Ciampino: girl miraculously alive

The accident occurred around 7.30pm on Friday 23 February in Ciampino. A car got stuck at the level crossing and was hit by a passing train. Luckily the driver had abandoned the car in time.

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Near tragedy in Ciampino , province of Rome. A car was stuck in the level crossing at the Pantanella railway station. Panicked, the driver managed to abandon the car, which shortly afterwards was hit head-on by a train on the Albano-Rome line.

Fortunately, the convoy, having just left, was not proceeding at high speed and the impact with the car was not very violent. In any case, if the driver had remained in the car, the consequences for her would have been serious.

The accident occurred around 7.30pm on Friday 23 February. Local police officers from Ciampino arrived on site within minutes and ordered the closure of the stretch of road between Via Romana and Via dei Laghi. Also at the scene of the accident were the firefighters and the personnel of RFI, the Italian Railway Network. Traffic on the line was immediately blocked in both directions and resumed only three hours later. The firefighters struggled to remove the car and train from the tracks.

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Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident and the 118 personnel did not have to rescue anyone, including the passengers and driver of the car. There were fifteen passengers on the train, all of whom remained unharmed, although frightened after realizing what had happened. The driver of the car was also unharmed but in shock. However, he will have to answer for the charge of interruption of service for having carried out a prohibited maneuver inside the level crossing.

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