Preliminary investigation shows huge tree causes train overturn in Taiwan (7)

10:51, May 03, 2011      

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A worker saws the falling tree into pieces before weighing the tree in Chiayi, southeast China's Taiwan, May 2, 2011. An investigation found no signs of sabotage in the train accident happened on April 27 in Taiwan, but the final conclusion will not be made until two or three weeks later. The accident in Taiwan's Ali Mountain area killed five tourists from the mainland and injured more than 100 others. The preliminary investigation shows a large tree branch broke and hit the train's rear carriage and caused several other carriages to overturn. (Xinhua/Gong Bing)

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