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China: Train Accident

Yesterday a train accident happened in Shandong which injured 416 and killed 70 people. Ting yun from my1510 pointed out that the investigation should be conducted by an independent team and the head of railway department should take the blame and resign [zh].

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  • Air

    Hello.
    I’m Air from Thailand. My sister had disappearred since Sunday’s night. The lastest conversation is on 8:00 pm, 27/Apr,she was at Beijing and we talked about her trip to china wall. That is the last call. Actually she plan to go back to TL on 30Apr. And as I said, we can not contact her. Her mobile is out of service all the time. We very worry now,cause it may concern train crash. I’d like to ask help for all of you who read this article, if you have any information or list of injured/dead people, please leave it for me….thank you very much for all of your kind.

  • if she is going to see the great wall, she won’t take the shandong train. don’t worry.

  • Air

    Dear..
    We can contact my sister now. No any accident. Thank you for your kind.

  • […] Fuwa has a kite on its head, representing Weifang, and then something happened in Shandong; One Fuwa is a Tibetan antelope, and then something happened in Tibet; One […]

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