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More than 300 injured in train crash

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Hundreds of people are now reported injured in a commuter train collision in South Africa, but there's no word of any fatalities.


   An emergency services spokeswoman says more than 300 people were hurt. Firefighters have been searching for commuters who may still be stuck inside the train cars.


   The spokeswoman says the two trains involved in the wreck were on the same track. It appears that one of the struck the other while it was stopped.


   Both trains had been traveling from central Johannesburg to the township of Soweto.

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