Joe Cocker Prophecy? I Had A Vision A Head On Collision....Two Trains Crashed Head-On In Bavaria, Germany 500 Pulled From The Wreckage...
You see me comin'
You feel like runnin'
A wicked look is in your eye
I don't come to harm you
I come to warn you
It's now or never, do or die
I had a vision
A head on collision
A revelation ya
That sent me on a mission...
Just posted yesterday on the bizarre events in Morocco..
Posted by dxv515 8 February 2016 MOROCCO DOOM! Woman Runs In Front Of Speeding Royal Motorcade Of King Mohammed VI As Giant Foam Cloud Invades Morocco.......I Had A Vision A Head On Collision ......
And today at t 6.48 a.m. (0548 GMT) there was a head on collision involving two trains on the same track in Catholic Bavaria:
At Least Nine Dead In German Train Collision
An investigation has been launched after two trains crashed into each other on a single railway track in the German region of Bavaria.
The passenger trains collided near Bad Aibling, around 40 miles southeast of Munich, at 6.48am local time.
Several carriages overturned and the trains were left partially derailed and wedged into each other.
German transport minister Alexander Dobrindt said the trains had been travelling around a curve and could have been moving at a speed of around 100kmph (62mph) each.
He added: "We expect that both drivers did not have sight contact previously and, therefore, collided without being able to brake or slow down."
After the crash, hundreds of rescuers from Germany and neighbouring Austria rushed to the site, working in hilly terrain to pull around 500 people from the wreckage.
Nine people have been confirmed dead and two people are still missing.
Around 100 people were injured - including 15 very seriously hurt and 40 seriously hurt.
Police say all of those injured have been taken to hospital.
Bernd Rosenbusch, the head of the Bayerische Oberlandbahn, which runs the trains, described the crash as "a huge shock", adding: "We are doing everything to help the passengers, relatives and employees."
Mr Dobrindt said it was too early to discuss the cause of the crash but added that two of the trains' three blackboxes had been recovered.
Experts have said the key may lie in the fact that the trains were on a single railway track.
Nigel Harris, managing editor of Rail Magazine, told Sky News: "Experience very sadly tells us that, in these circumstances, more often than not, one of the drivers might have passed a red signal.
"Once that signal has been missed...there is a horrible danger of something coming the other way.
"But, looking at the damage, it's highly likely that both drivers are among the dead, so your key witnesses are also missing."
Mr Dobrindt said the stretch of track was fitted with a safety system designed to automatically stop trains to prevent such a crash and it is not known why this did not work.
Germany's deadliest post-war train crash was in 1998, when a high-speed ICE train between Munich and Hamburg derailed at the northern town of Eschede, killing 101 people and injuring 88.
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