The reports revealed that some long trains were too big to fit into sidings off of main tracks that were often built to accommodate trains no longer than 1.4 miles, and passing trains were crashing into their rear ends.
The report says the high-risk sites in Delhi are commonly found on high-speed national highways, expressways. They are often road sections which cut through places with high pedestrian volume such as schools, metro stations, and commercial areas.
This study aims to consolidate knowledge and generate learning on the uses of social media and crowdsourcing in disaster management processes within the LINKS Framework. Research was conducted in five practitioner-driven case scenarios in Europe.
This brochure aims to raise awareness of Natech risks and the challenges associated with their management. Using examples, it highlights key characteristics of Natech accidents, and gaps and challenges in analysing and managing Natech risks.
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