In Montana, western United States, a long-distance train carrying about 160 people was derailed on the morning of the 26th of Japan time, killing at least three people and injuring more than 50 people, according to American media. That is.

A train operated by Amtrak-National Railway Passenger Corporation derailed near Joplin, Montana, in the western United States, around 4 pm on the 25th and around 7 am on the 26th, Japan time.

According to Amtrak, the train was a long-distance train connecting Chicago in the Midwest and the West, with a total of about 160 passengers and passengers.

The Associated Press and others have reported that three people have been killed in the accident, and the New York Times, a leading newspaper, reports that more than 50 people have been injured.

As for the train, seven cars have derailed, so in the video taken at the scene, the double-decker car is off the track and part of it is overturned.

You can also see people who appear to be passengers escaping from the railroad tracks by the side of the railroad tracks.

At the scene, local authorities are conducting rescue operations and investigating the detailed situation and cause of the accident.