Italian experts in Larissa as part of train crash probe

[Intime News]

Four Italian experts visited the investigative magistrate in Larissa, central Greece, on Tuesday to examine the recordings of the passenger train that collided with a freight train at Tempe on the night of February 28. 

With the experts' contribution and conclusions, the final report on the deadly crash is on course for completion.

Based on this report, the justice system will identify criminal responsibilities, possibly for additional suspects besides the seven already prosecuted for the accident.

The InterCity 62 passenger train was operated by Hellenic Train, a subsidiary of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane.  

The accident between the IC62 and an intermodal freight train was the deadliest rail disaster in Greek history, claiming 57 lives. 

The passenger train had 342 passengers and 10 railway employees on board, while the freight train had two...

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