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Death toll keeps rising in Greece's deadliest train crash

Summary by Ground News
Rescuers searched for survivors Wednesday in the mangled, burned-out wreckage of two trains that slammed into each other in northern Greece, killing at least 43 people and crumpling carriages into twisted steel knots in the country's deadliest rail crash on record.The impact just before midnight Tuesday threw some passengers into ceilings and out the windows.
Published 3 months ago · Athens, Greece

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