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Thousands Call for Justice for Tempi Train Crash Victims

Thousands gathered in Syntagma Square in Athens on Wednesday, March 8, calling for justice for the victims of a train crash in Tempi on February 28.

Local media reported that protesters were joined by transport workers calling for higher levels of safety in transportation.

More than 50,000 people attended the protest, the report added.

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis apologized after the collision, in which 57 people died, saying “we cannot, will not, and must not hide behind human error.” Credit: @yagisilaos via Storyful