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Turkey train crash leaves several dead, dozens injured

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 13 December 2018
It wasn't immediately clear if a signalling problem caused the crash however authorities detained three state railway employees over suspected negligence.
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News video: Turkey train crash leaves at least 9 dead, dozens injured

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ANKARA, TURKEY — A high speed passenger train collided head-on with a maintenance locomotive Thursday morning in the Turkish capital of Ankara, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens others. The New York Times reported that according to Anadolu news agency, the train was carrying 206...

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