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Post incident footage of the collision between two trains in China: July 24th, '11 35 fatalities

Rescue workers began a clear-up operation on Sunday July 24th, in Hangzhou, eastern China, a day after two high-speed trains collided.At least 35 people were killed, 191 were injured, state media reported.
On Saturday 23rd, the bullet train crashed into another high-speed train that had stalled after being struck by lightning, causing four carriages to fall off a viaduct. It was the first derailment on China's high-speed rail network since the country launched bullet trains in 2007 with a top speed of 155 miles (250 kilometres) per hour.



Added: Jul-24-2011 Occurred On: Jul-24-2011
By: Mr-Creosote
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Tags: Collision, Accident, Crash,
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