A car was rammed into and towed by a train in Lower Saxony. The driver is killed in the vehicle. According to the police, she drove past the closed barriers at the level crossing.
A motorist was hit by a regional train at a level crossing near Uelzen in Lower Saxony, dragged several hundred meters along and died in the vehicle.
A police spokesman said she drove past the closed half-barriers of the transition on Thursday evening. The vehicle was rammed from the train and completely destroyed.
The driver went into shock. According to the initial findings, there were more than 20 passengers on the train who were unharmed. Due to the salvage work, the train traffic on the route was initially stopped.