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Four killed, 43 injured in Turkish train crash in Ankara: governor

Reuters India Thursday, 13 December 2018
Four killed, 43 injured in Turkish train crash in Ankara: governorFour people were killed and 43 others were injured in a crash involving a Turkish high speed train in Ankara on Thursday, Ankara Governor Vasip Sahin said.
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At least nine people were killed and dozens more injured after a high-speed train crashed in Ankara, Turkey, on Thursday, December 13. The crash, at Marsandiz train station, injured at least 43 people, CNN Turkey reported. This video was filmed by Emrah Erbil, who lives near the station. Credit:...

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