Train crash in Germany kills 10, injures 43

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January 30, 2011 03:01

 
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BERLIN — The German news agency DAPD reports a head-on train crash in the country's east killed 10 people and injured 43 others, 18 of them seriously.

DAPD early Sunday cited local police as saying that a passenger and a cargo train crashed head-on near the town of Oschersleben in Saxony-Anhalt state.

It said rescue operations were still under way. Police had no immediate information as to what could have caused the accident late Saturday evening.


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