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In the papers today - Tuesday 26 September

Dozens of train passengers were lucky to escape last night after an express train travelling at 100mph derailed when it hit a car that had been driven on to the tracks. The crash killed the driver of the car but none of the 74 passengers onboard the 14.25 Plymouth to Edinburgh service was hurt. The train was approaching York and slowing down from its top speed of 125mph when it hit the car just before 9pm. The Times

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