Some high-speed train services suspended following deadly train collision

09:01, July 25, 2011      

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Signs that indicate the suspension of D302 and D5561 bullet trains are seen at Shanghai's Hongqiao Train Station in east China's Shanghai, July 24, 2011. Some high-speed train services at the Hongqiao Station are suspended following Saturday night's deadly train collision that killed at least 35 and injured over 200. (Xinhua/Niu Yixin)


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