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Charles commends first responders for bravery on train crash site visit

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Charles commends first responders for bravery on train crash site visit

Charles commends first responders for bravery on train crash site visit

The Prince of Wales thanked emergency responders for their bravery as hevisited the site of the fatal Aberdeenshire train crash.

Three people died onWednesday when carriages of the 6.38am Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen StreetScotRail service derailed near Stonehaven amid heavy rain and landslips.Charles, known as the Duke of Rothesay while in Scotland, visited the site onFriday and surveyed the wreckage from a hillside above.


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