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--陳寶怡 CHAN, PO YEE 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:28 (UTC)

At least 40 people were killed when a high-speech train ran into another in Wenzhou, which in Zhejiang province, in the worst accident to date on China’s high-speech railway network three months ago. (((high-speech train? really?)))


Photos were posted by the internet users on the internet, such as Sino microblog, showed some of the derailed coaches resting upside down and badly damaged. Some passengers pleaded to help in the internet after the two coaches of the train from Hangzhou and four coaches of the stalled train were derailed.


‘Although mainland controls the freedom of speech, there are some media who want to tell the true to the audiences and using the writing style of Hong Kong’s medias, such as Apple Daily and Oriental Daily.,’ Qiangang, writer of Aftershock, said on Shue Yan University today. (((sloppy)))
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