The Accident Investigation Board Norway is a public committee of inquiry. The purpose of AIBN investigations is to clarify the sequence of events and factors which are assumed to be of importance for the prevention of transport accidents. The AIBN shall not apportion blame or liability.
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  • 20.02.2015

    New investigation of railway accident between Haugastøl and Tunga stations on the Bergen line

    At approximately 8:20 on Monday 9 February 2015, a freight train travelling from Bergen to Oslo derailed between Haugastøl and Tunga stations on the Bergen line. The locomotive went off the rails to the right in the direction of travel near Grytå bridge. No one was injured in t...
  • 19.02.2015

    Report 2015/01

    One person perished on board the workboat Stålbjørn during maintenance work on the mooring lines of a fish farm outside Hitra on 31 July 2013. The deceased was hit by a mooring line in the upper body and was thrown backwards. He later died from the injuries. The skipper's legs we...
  • 16.02.2015

    New investigation of railway accident at Trondheim station

    On Monday 9 February 2015, NSB's train 411 was unable to stop after entering track 23 at Trondheim station. The train ran into the end-of-track buffer stops and derailed at one axle as a result of the impact. Thee passengers and one member of the train crew sustained light injuri...
  • 10.02.2015

    Report 2015/01

    On Monday10 February 2014 a heavy goods vehicle started to skid on Rv 7 near Veme. The heavy goods vehicle ended up in the opposite lane and partly outside the roadway. An approaching bus in the opposite lane was unable to stop. The bus collided with the heavy goods vehicle, hitt...
  • 20.01.2015

    Report 2015/02

    On Sunday 9 February 2014, an 87-year-old pedestrian was hit by the eastbound metro train at Steinerud level crossing on line 1, the Holmenkollen line. The pedestrian passed the flexible end of the boom after it had been fully lowered. The investigation found that there have b...
  • 15.01.2015

    New investigation of serious railway incident at Atna station

    On Tuesday 6 January, the driver and head conductor on a northbound passenger train on the Røros line observed a fault in the signal pattern at Atna station. When the train was transferring to track 2 in the station area, the main departure signal N displayed a green light during...