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Nine killed in Indian train fire sparked by passenger making tea


At least nine people were killed Saturday after a train coach parked in southern India caught fire when a passenger tried to make tea, officials said. The coach, which had been detached from a train, was stationed at the Madurai railway yard in the southern state of Tamil Nadu when the fire broke out before dawn. Local media reports said the passengers had illegally smuggled aboard a gas cylinder which exploded when they tried to use it. IMAGES

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