Pécrot Rail Crash

The Pécrot rail crash was a rail accident in the village of Pécrot (adjoining the village of Sint-Agatha-Rode), Belgium, that occurred on 27 March 2001 when two passenger trains collided head-on. The rail crash was Belgium's worst train disaster in a quarter century.

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