Train Crash kills 4 in Mississippi
8 March 2017 International
Moving on, At least four people died and dozens others were injured when a train crashed yesterday into a charter bus in the southern US state of Mississippi.
Police chief, John Miller, speaking during a media parley said the crash occurred shortly after 2 pm at a railroad crossing in the Gulf Coast city of Biloxi.
Fire chief Joe Boney, confirming the casualties said of the forty-three people on the bus, thirty-five were injured while three people died at the scene and a fourth person died later.