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A train carrying 85 passengers derailed a few minutes after leaving the Louvain train station (East of Brussels). The cause of derailment – which occurred shortly after 1:00 pm – was not immediately known and investigators were on the scene.
One of the yellow and white carriage of the train was flipped on its side, causing a decent amount of infrastructure loss due to track and cable damage.
Fortunately, no other trains were using the track along that route during the time and hence any collision was avoided.