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Train-bus collision in Thailand leaves at least 18 dead


Bangkok (Thailand), Oct 11 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Rungroj Yongrit).- At least 18 people died and 29 were injured on Sunday after a bus collided with a train in the east of Bangkok, rescue services told Efe.FOOTAGE OF THE PLACE WHERE THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED.

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