On June 5, 2016, three people were killed and nine injured when a fast-moving passenger train slammed into the back of a goods train on the same track in eastern Belgium.
A passenger train derailed and flipped on its side near Brussels, killing one person and injuring up to 20 others, a Belgian official said. The train auto had about 50 people aboard and some 25 were injured in the 1:20 p.m. derailment, officials said.
The train was said to be travelling at a slow speed as it made its way to the station.
Investigators were on the scene, where a carriage was on its side part way down a slope.