Train wreckage dismantled for probe

Updated: 2011-07-26 11:56


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Train wreckage dismantled for probe

An excavator is used to dismantle a carriage of a derailed train from Saturday's devastating rail crash near the city of Wenzhou in East China's Zhejiang province, at midnight on July 24, 2011. The mangled sections will be sent to Wenzhou West Railway Station Tuesday for further investigation. The dismantling work was carried out late at night in order not to disrupt traffic, according to Railway Ministry. An accident occurred on the viaduct at approximately 8.30 pm Saturday, when bullet train D301 rear-ended the D3115 train, killing 39 people and injured 192 others as of Monday night. The Railway Ministry previously ordered a hasty burial of damaged carriages in an attempt to make way for mechanical equipment to proceed with rescue efforts on Sunday, which sparked speculation over a possible mishandling by the government or a cover-up to bury evidence crucial to the ongoing investigation. [Photo/Xinhua]

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