Taiwan train derails, many feared dead By Reuters

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TAIPEI (Reuters) – A train derailed in a tunnel in eastern Taiwan on Friday and many people are feared to have died, the fire department said. The train, which was traveling to Taitung, derailed in a tunnel north of Hualien, causing some carriages to hit the tunnel wall, the fire department said in a statement. “Preliminary visual observations are of many people with no signs of life,” he said.

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