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Toll from California Train Derailment Hits 11
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Toll from California Train Derailment Hits 11

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Toll from California Train Derailment Hits 11

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Investigators walk amid the wreckage of two commuter trains that collided  in Glendale, Calif.

Investigators walk amid the wreckage of two commuter trains that collided in Glendale, Calif., on Jan. 26. Reuters hide caption

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In Glendale, Calif., a train collides with a sport utility vehicle that was parked on the tracks in an apparent failed suicide attempt. At least 11 people died in the crash and almost 200 others were injured, dozens of them critically.

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