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At least six dead in train crash in Denmark

SBS Wednesday, 2 January 2019
A train has crashed in Denmark killing several people.
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News video: Train Crash In Denmark Claims The Lives Of 6 People, 16 Others Injured

Train Crash In Denmark Claims The Lives Of 6 People, 16 Others Injured 00:38

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, six people were killed on a bridge connecting Denmark's two main islands, when a passenger train hit a trailer that had blown off a freight wagon moving in the opposite direction. The passenger train was reportedly heading toward the capital,...

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