32 people killed, injured in fire in Egypt

A huge fire broke out at the main train station in the center of the Egyptian capital, Cairo as a result of a train colliding with a sidewalk, and that resulted in killing and wounding 32 people.

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According to official Egyptian sources, 10 people were killed and 22 injured as a result of a huge fire broke out due to colliding the train with "stop plug" at Ramses station, the central railway station in Cairo to explode fuel tank in the main locomotive.

According to Sky News as initial information, the fire resulted in killing 10 people and wounding 22 others so the Railway Authority ordered to evacuate the buildings of Egypt Station completely after the trains' movement stopped temporarily.

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