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Train crash in Germany: The Seventh-day Adventist Church offers its condolences and support

Train crash in Germany: The Seventh-day Adventist Church offers its condolences and support

“We share in the pain of the relatives and pray that God will give them comfort.”

February 10, 2016 | Bern, Switzerland. | Adventist Leadership in Bavaria, CD EUDNEWS.

According to media reports, a train crash that occurred in the early morning of February 9, in Bad Aibling, has killed 10 people so far; 100 have been injured, 18 seriously and 63 with minor injuries. 

According to police, two trains collided with each other. Investigators declared it was a human error. “The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bavaria offers its condolences to the families of all victims,” sympathized a spokesperson for the Adventist Church. “We share in the pain of the relatives and pray that God will give them comfort.”

Pastor Wolfgang Dorn, President of the Adventist Church in Bavaria, issued the following statement: "I trust that the relatives of the victims will find the support they need to live with this terrible reality that has separated them from their loved ones. I grieve with them. We also pray for the many injured and hope in a fast recovery. “

"The Adventist congregations and institutions in the area are ready to grant assistance and support to all those affected by the train accident," stated the church leadership in Munich.

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