The following list is of accidents that occur at a level crossing; in other words, this list only includes railway accidents that occur at-grade and not separated from other traffic by bridges and overpasses.
31 October 1984, San Justo level crossing disaster: at least 48 people died and 16 were injured, when a local bus was hit by a commuter train.
12 May 1992, a minibus is hit by a freight train in the village of the Andino, province of Santa Fe. 11 children die
9 March 2008, Dolores, Buenos Aires: a bus collided with a passenger train, killing 18 and injuring at least 65, when the bus driver ignored the crossing warning devices.
13 September 2011, Flores, Buenos Aires: a bus collided with a passenger train on a level crossing, derailing the train, which crashed into another train standing in Flores Station. 11 people were killed and 228 injured. The bus driver had ignored the crossing warning lights and partly lowered barrier.
2 November 2011, A freight train collides with a school bus in a rural area of San Luis Province, 8 girls are killed and 41 are injured.
1 January 2009 – One person is killed and six others injured after a QR Sunlander train collided with a garbage truck at a level crossing with no boom gates or warning lights, near Innisfail, Queensland.
14 November 2011 - One killed after train collides with car at Toorak Road level crossing in Kooyong, Victoria.
28 November 2011 - Train collides with a tip truck stopped on the Springvale Road level crossing in Springvale, Victoria.
25 May 2012 - One person killed after a freight train collides with a car stopped on Cherry road level crossing near Werribee, Victoria.
27 Oct 2012 - Reservoir, Victoria - Train collides with Truck at High Road level crossing with operational boom gates, bells and lights.
3 Nov 2012 - Dandenong South, Victoria - Truck runs through Abbotts Road level crossing with operational boom gates, bells and lights, and is hit by an outbound Cranbourne suburban train travelling at 115 km/h (71 mph). 1 killed, 13 injured including train driver.
December 12, 1975 - A TTC bus travelling east on St. Clair Ave. E. collided with a westbound GO Transit train at the level crossing just west of Midland. Nine people were killed and 20 others injured. This was the worst accident in terms of loss of life in the history of the TTC and GO Transit systems. The level crossing was replaced by an overpass a few years later.
11 December 1987 – According to the Egyptian government, a bus carrying local primary school children returning from the Guiza zoo was smashed by high-speed train at an unmarked railroad level crossing at Ein Sham, on the outskirts Cairo, Egypt, killing 62 children and injuring 67.
16 April 1995 – Al Minufiyah level crossing disaster; At least forty-nine textile workers are killed, when a bus hit by an express train.
16 July 2008 – Marsa Matruh a truck failed to stop pushing waiting traffic into the path of the train. At least 40 killed.
December 9, 1964 - Deoria level crossing disaster — A bus hit by a passenger train in Uttar Pradesh, at least twenty-nine people are killed and seventy-two people are injured.
September 11, 1986 - Pathali Pahar level crossing disaster — A local bus hit by a passenger train in Assam, at least twenty-eight people are killed and sixty people are injured.
March 20, 1991 - Annupur level crossing disaster — A bus hit by many vehicles and following hit passenger train in Madhya Pradesh, at least thirty-five people are died, twenty-seven people are injured.
December 10, 1993 – Poona level crossing disaster - A Sahyadi Express train smash into a bus, carrying school-children in Maharashtra, which killed 38 and injured 41 people.
May 14, 1996 – Varanasi level crossing disaster - A passenger train smash into a tractor, carrying wedding guests in Uttar Pradesh, which killed 25 people.
May 25, 1996 – Alappuzha level crossing disaster - A passenger train smash into a bus, carrying wedding guests in Kerala, which killed 35 people.
April 1999 - Jhukia level crossing disaster — A bus with wedding party hit by passenger train, at least 45 people are killed.
1975 - Cuautitlan level crossing accident — A Mexico City–Ciudad Juárez passenger train smash into an express bus, at least twenty-nine people died and thirty-two people are injured on February 8, 1975.
January 17, 1977 - Tianepantla level crossing disaster — A passenger train smash into a local bus, at least forty-two people are killed.
August 15, 1982 - Tula level crossing disaster — an express bus hit by Nuevo Laredo-Mexico City passenger train, at least twenty-three people are killed and thirty-two people are injured.
February 25, 1989 - Saltillo level crossing disaster — A passenger train smash into a local bus, at least twenty-two people are killed.
January 14, 1990 - Léon level crossing disaster — A local bus hit by a freight train, at least thirty-three people died and twenty-six people are injured.
December 2006 - Cuautilan level crossing disaster — A passenger bus hit by thirty-six cars of freight train and killing at least twenty-eight, another fourteen are injured.
August 25, 1993 - Rolleston level crossing accident — A truck fails to stop for level crossing alarms and hits the side of a southbound Southerner express passenger train, killing three and seriously injuring seven.
Voronezhskay level crossing disaster — At least twenty-one people are dead and six are injured, when a bus carrying factory workers hit by Mineralnye Vody–Krasnodar passenger train on January 21, 2006.
July 7, 1990 - Petrozavodsk level crossing disaster. A local bus service from Padozero to Petrozavodsk collided with a suburban train on the Petrozavodsk-Suoyarvi route on the 14th km of the A133. In total 33 of the 80 passengers on the bus were killed. The 11th of July was declared a day of mourning in the Karelian ASSR.
12 September 1982 – A bus carrying German tourists collides with a train on a level crossing near Zürich, Switzerland, killing 39. The barriers were not closed, because the operator pressed a wrong button. Only two passengers survive the crash.
March 11, 1961 - 27 killed, 15 injured when a south-bound passenger train (#3001 Diesel Limited Express) smashed into a truck carrying soldiers at level crossing between Linfengyin (林鳳營) and Longtien (隆田), Tainan
July 8, 1961 - 48 killed, 28 injured when a south-bound passenger train (#11 Limited Express) smashed into a bus at level crossing in Minxong (民雄), Chiayi.
April 21, 1976 - Tacheng level crossing disaster – South-bound passenger train (#33 Kuan-kuang Limited Express; Kuan-kuang Hao) smash into a bus carrying high school students in Dacun (大村), Changhua, which killed 40 and injured 42 people.
December 20, 1990 - Luchu (Luzhu, 路竹) level crossing disaster — At least twenty-five people are killed and thirty-two people injured when a north-bound train (#1020 Tzu-chiang Limited Express) smashed into a tour bus.
Oxnard, California 2008 – Amtrak Passenger Train strikes Truck. Truck is smashed to bits; no injuries to Truck Driver, or Train passengers.
Canton, Michigan crash – 2009 - 5 killed when the driver of a car drove around lowered railroad crossing gates and was struck in a "T-bone" manner by a westbound Wolverine train. No injuries on the train. The driver had his license suspended the day before.