Video document for Tempe: Frame frame the moment of fatal collision from camera to rails

Video document from the moment of the two conflict sees the light of day. It is estimated that three successive explosions are distinguished, followed by cloud formation. New video document on the train tragedy in Tempe. These are footage recording the nightmare seconds of the fatal collision of the trains by a camera located next to the rails. According to experts designated by the victims’ relatives, in the video broadcast by the Open, three successive explosions are distinguished and then the cloud challenge. Experts who spoke on the channel and compiled a new supplementary report say that the video creates new data about the cargo that the commercial train might carry and caused the explosions and fire, resulting in 30 of the passengers on the train being charred. Watch Open’s video document: ERA catapult conclusion: Huge shortages and gaps in the Catapult railway for the Greek railway, one year after the Tempe railway tragedy, which led to the death of 57 people is the final conclusion of the European Railway Agency (ERA), which presents the “National”. Among the many and serious systemic problems identified by the Agency, the main finding is that in Greece there is not a body responsible for ensuring safety on the railway. ‘There does not appear to be a body in Greece that assumes the overall responsibility for ensuring rail safety and promoting the Greek rail system and its safety levels to continuous improvement, at Member State level’, the finding is noted. It is also noted that the complexity of legal and administrative “architecture” in Greece is exacerbating the problem by creating ambiguity in the roles and responsibilities of the main operational actors for security management. ‘There is no guarantee that responsibility for the safe operation of the rail system and the control of the risks associated with it is borne by infrastructure managers and railway undertakings, each for the part in which it is due’, noted, while referring to ‘a blurred picture of the responsibilities of all railway operators’. In addition, the ERA finds that there is a lack of coordination at operational level as the crucial issue of railway safety does not appear to be approached by a risk management system. Finally, the European Railway Agency notes that although Greece has adopted legislative provision for an investigation body, no permanent body appears to be operating at present or in recent years: “The Greek railway investigating body has not been staffed and there is no responsible investigator,” is noted.