The Alexandria train driver to imprison for 15 days
The Alexandria East Prosecution, under the chairmanship of Counselor Sa'id Abdel Mohsen, decided to imprison Imad Hilmi, 41, the driver of the 13 Express train in Cairo, 15 days before the investigation and put the train inspector under strict guard inside Gamal Abdel Nasser Hospital.

The prosecution sent the KPC, which is responsible for knowing what happened on the train to the criminal evidence to unload it, and the prosecution decided to summon an expert of the Railways to unload the inside of the device.

The prosecution ordered the release of a number of railway employees and some workers at train stations near the scene.

The Public Prosecution ordered the withdrawal of urine and blood samples from the driver of the Cairo-Alexandria train and his assistant to find out if the driver is taking narcotic drugs or not.

On Sunday evening, the Alexandria District Court summoned the head of the Sidi Gaber railway station and began extensive investigations into the collision of the two trains in the Abys area of ​​Alexandria and his role as responsible for the Sidi Gaber railway station in coordination between successive trains.

The Alexandria area of ​​Alexandria, on the back of train 571 in Port Said, near Khurshid station, was the crash of the 13 Express Cairo train, which resulted in the fall of a train train 13 and two trains from the back of train 571, which resulted in 42 people were killed and 179 injured, according to a ministry statement.

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