The Public Prosecutor is prosecuting a 23-year-old crane operator for causing a train crash in Dalfsen in February 2016. The train driver was killed and six people were injured.
Bystanders rescued a man from his burning Audi A3 after an accident in Dalfsen on Tuesday morning. The motorist hit a tree on Heinoseweg around 8:30 a.m. His car caught fire moments later, the Telegraaf reports.
Bystanders saw what happened and rushed to help the man. They pulled the driver out of the car. He escaped the accident with only minor injuries. But his car burnt out completely.
Railroad crossings need to become safer, the Dutch Safety Board says in its investigation report on a train derailment accident in Dalfsen in February.
In the accident a train collided with a crane that was crossing the tracks. The train driver was killed.
ProRail finished towing away the train that derailed after crashing into a crane near Dalfsen. The cleanup finished late on Wednesday afternoon and the railway company immediately started repairing the track and overhead line. ProRail had no idea that a crane would be working near the track on Tuesday.
The crane operator involved in a fatal train crash near Dalfsen on Tuesday, is officially suspected of death by negligence, causing a fatal traffic accident and causing danger on the railroad, a spokesperson for the police said to NU.nl on Wednesday.
The train driver that was killed when an Arriva train crashed into a crane in Dalfsen on Tuesday, is a 49-year-old man from Kampen, the police announced. Kampen mayor Bort Koelewijn confirmed that his name was Eric Breet. Colleagues and friends are shocked by his death
A total of eight people were injured when an Arriva passenger train hit a crane near Dalfsen on Tuesday morning, mayor Han Noten confirmed in a press conference about the accident. Five people were slightly injured, two were hospitalized and one was killed. The police are questioning the crane operator. It is not clear if he is suspected of anything.
Total chaos, is how eyewitness Ria van der Ham describes the scene near Dalfsen where an Arriva passenger train crashed into a crane on Tuesday morning. Van der Ham witnessed the accident from nearby campsite Tolhuis. "It's a mess, really terrible" Van der Ham said
Update, 11:30 a.m., 23 February 2016: Reports from the scene now say six were hurt, with two transported to an area hospital. The crane operator is being questioned by authorities.
Update, 10:40 a.m., 23 February 2016: The IJsseland Regional Safety Office reported one person was killed, with newswire ANP saying at least ten were hurt in varying conditions. It was previously reported that two people were killed. The status of the crane operator is unknown.
Archaeologists have unearthed a large cemetery of the Dolmen in eastern Dalfsen. This is the largest cemetery of this kind in Northwest Europe. The municipality of Dalfsen will officially announce the discovery on Wednesday.