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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  • 21.10.2014 Report 2014/04 Just before 20.00 on 15 December 2013, an articulated bus was driving down the public transport lane into the Trondheimsveien/Rosenhoffgata intersection. Here it collided with a van that turned left directly in front of the bus after driving in the parallel lane to the right of t...
  • 15.10.2014 Report 2014/03 On Monday, 12 August 2013 at around 16:55 hours, there was a head-on collision between a Norwegian-registered tour bus and a Swedish-registered touring coach, at national road 55 (rv. 55) in Fardal in Sogndal municipality. Two passengers died and two were severely injured, in the...
  • 10.10.2014 Report 2014/06 On Wednesday 17 October 2013, a person was hit by a light rail vehicle at the Mårdalen stop on Bergen Light Rail. The person died at the scene of the accident.
  • 25.09.2014 Report on marine accident - MV Favorita LAGM6/9298519 shipboard occupational accident in the East China Sea on 24 August 2013 On 24 August, MV Favorita was en route to Tsukumi in Japan to load cement clinker after unloading salt in China. While the cargo hold was being cleaned to prepare for the new cargo, a motorman fell down from a ladder and hit his head on the tank top. His helmet was not secured wi...
  • 25.09.2014 Report 2014/11 The pilot in command was practising landing patterns. On the second approach the aircraft was landed unintentionally firm. The aircraft received injuries to the nose gear, propeller and engine mounts. This report is in Norwegian only. No safety recommendation is issued in conn...
  • 23.09.2014 Report on marine accident Finnøyglimt - LNIM foundered at Sletta north of Haugesund 7 October 2011 Late at the evening 7 October 2011 the bulk carrier Finnøyglimt foundered at Sletta north of Haugesund. The captain deceased, while the able seaman and the engineer managed to get aboard a mob-boat and were later picked up by another vessel.