Three people died and six injured in a landslide on a derailed train in Scotland, UK

The derailed passenger train near Stonehaven, Scotland, did suffer a landslide on Wednesday, killing three people and injuring six, according to the BBC on August 14. < p > < p > on the morning of August 12, a passenger train from Aberdeen, Scotland, to Glasgow derailed near Stonehaven in Aberdeen County, killing three people, including driver Brett McCullough, conductor Donald Denny and passenger Christopher sturbury. Simon French, chief prosecutor of the railway accident investigation office, said the train left Stonehaven station on Wednesday morning and continued to carmont. When it reached carmont, it was stopped by railway signalmen and told of a landslide ahead of it. The train then decided to return to Aberdeen. On the way back, the train encountered another landslide, which caused the leading locomotive to fall off the embankment after hitting the bridge guardrail, and the third passenger car also fell into the embankment. Simon French said the railway accident investigation office was collecting evidence on the causes and consequences of the accident, including the sequence of accidents and the actions of the people involved, as well as earthwork and drainage management in the area, including recent inspections and risk assessment. How much fart is normal? How much harm does suffocating fart do to human body? How dare you hold your breath after watching it

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