March 20 - Train crash in southern Turkey kills at least nine people, according to local media. Gavino Garay reports.
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A pile of twisted metal, following a train crash in southern Turkey.
A commuter train smashed into a bus carrying factory workers.
It killed at least nine people, local media report. Five people were also injured in the incident.
Those traveling on a minibus were on their way to an industrial zone on the edge of the city of Mersin when it was hit by a commuter train.
Medics struggle to reach the injured, in what remains of the bus.
No official statement yet as to the condition of the survivors, or the condition of those on the train itself.
In 2004, 36 people were killed when a train derailed traveling from Istanbul to the Turkish capital Ankara.
It was one of the country's worst railway disasters.
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