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41 dead in Valencia train crash

At least 41 people are believed to have died after an underground train derailed on the Valencia metro in Spain
The accident took place yesterday on Line One shortly after the train departed Jesus Station in the Patraix district.Officials have ryuled out terrorism and believe that the train derailed and lost a wheel after travelling too fast.Emergency services rescued more than 150 people and although the tunnel wall is thought to have collapsed onto part of the four carriage train, no one is believed to be trapped. Related links:Today's top stories

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