Three tankers loaded with propane derailed in the northern Serbian city of Subotica.
It was reported in the Radio and Television Serbia (RTS) bulletin that there was no such thing as a gas leak, and that the situation did not reach dimensions that would endanger people’s health or require evacuation.
While firefighters arrived on the scene shortly after the accident, authorities are looking for ways to get the trolleys back on track.
While it is stated that there was no damage to the railways, the use of cranes to lift the wagons is discussed.
RTS said the train heading towards Novi Sad consists of 23 car tanks.
Source: Balkan News
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