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ICE Tragedy
Eschede, Germany 1998
Eschede Germany

The Eschede Reports

Eschede Disaster (BBC)

Eschede, Germany 3 June 1998 When ICE884 crashed into a bridge at Eschede it became the worst rail accident in Germany for fifty years. As the scale of the tragedy became apparent, the world's attention became focussed on the work going on near the small town in Lower Saxony. Danger Ahead! reported on the events. These are archived here...

  • 03 June 1998 Germany - Death toll estimated at 120 in ICE train crash
  • 05 June 1998 Rescue work continues in Germany's worst rail disaster in fifty years
  • 07 June 1998 Rescue work completed in Germany's worst rail disaster in fifty years
  • 08 June 1998 Eschede, Germany: ICE Crash - Death toll rises to 102
  • 10 June 1998 ICE Crash - Eschede, Germany: Children remember the victims
  • 10 June 1998 Eschede rail line re-opened
  • 21 June 1998 Germany remembers ICE disaster victims
  • 23 June 1998 Deutsche Bahn to be sued over ICE accident

Coming Soon: Special Feature on the Eschede ICE Disaster

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