How many passengers were there actually on train 152 which left Yaounde on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 11:15 to Douala?
What are the names of all the travelers embarked in the wagons of this locomotive that did not ultimately arrive in the economic capital due to a fatal accident at Eseka? How many people survived? Two days after the train accident, it is impossible to have the answers to these concerns.
Asked about this, Camrail made an appointment at a later date because “the consolidation (the list of victims, Ed) is underway.“
During yesterday Saturday, October 22, the wrecking operations of the wagons that fell into the ravines recovered fifteen lifeless bodies. Which passed the still provisional toll from 55 to 70 deaths. Along with this operation which will continue this Sunday, October 23, were injured survivors, many of whom are in critical condition, were dispatched mainly in hospitals in Douala and Yaounde.
“The bodies of the dead and identified persons were taken to the morgue of the military garrison in Ekounou-Yaounde. Those unidentified victims were taken to the mortuary of the Yaounde Central Hospital “informs the Directorate of Camrail before indicating also that the wounded were evacuated to the following clinics: Yaounde Central Hospital, Military Hospital, CHU, police CMS, gynecology and obstetrics hospital, general hospital, all in Yaounde. And the side of Douala, they are Laquintinie hospital, General Hospital, Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, Military Hospital. “Psychological support establishment in Douala is at work with the help of the general hospital in Douala. The crisis centers are active in the Stations of Douala and Yaounde. A number of information available to users is available at (+237) 699 10 18 10, “says the Camrail.
Below is the list of the injured being treated in the Laquinitinie hospital in Douala.