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RABAT, Morocco – A runaway Moroccan passenger train travelled for 1.5 kilometers (nearly a mile) without its driver who had gone for a coffee, reports said Tuesday, April 21.
Monday’s (April 20) incident happened when the driver of the Rabat-bound train got off at Kenitra station about 40 kilometers northeast of the capital, the Al-Massae daily said.
The train, with 20 people on board, started rolling in the wrong direction before later coming to a halt on its own.
Nobody on board the locomotive was hurt. The National Railways Office said an investigation was under way into the circumstances. – Rappler.com