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Train derailment kills 18 people and injures 160 in Taiwan

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Train derailment kills 18 people and injures 160 in TaiwanBreaking Information Emails Get breaking information indicators and particular experiences. The inside track and tales that subject, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE TAIPEI, Taiwan — Eighteen folks have been killed and a minimum of 160 others injured on Sunday when certainly one of Taiwan’s more recent, quicker trains derailed on a curve alongside a well-liked weekend …
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At least 18 people have been killed and 178 others injured after a train derailed in Yilan County in northeastern Taiwan, according to an update from the island's transport ministry.

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