A passengertrain was hit by the roof of a freighttrain going the other direction and had to brake real hard.
I think thats all that is known for now.
"Dele af taget fra en modkørende godsvogn ramte et passagertog på Storebæltsbroen, så toget måtte lave en meget hård opbremsning."
https://www.tv2fyn.dk/artikel/flere-dra ... aeltsbroen
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The relative speed of the trains when they met was likely around 200-260 km/h. The goods train was running on a 80 km/h restriction due to the winds, while the passenger train may have run at up to 180 km/h.
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