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Victims bodies lie at the side of the track at the scene of an accident outside the town of Marhanets, Ukraine, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010 after the bus attempted to cross the track, ignoring a siren that indicated an oncoming train. At least 40 people were killed, officials at the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. Another eleven people were injured. Road and railway accidents are common in Ukraine, where the roads are in poor condition, vehicles are poorly maintained, and drivers and passengers routinely disregard safety and traffic rules. (AP Photo)

Victims bodies lie at the side of the track at the scene of an accident outside the town of Marhanets, Ukraine, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010 after the bus attempted to cross the track, ignoring a siren that indicated an oncoming train. At least 40 people were killed, officials at the Ministry of Emergency Situations said. Another eleven people were injured. Road and railway accidents are common in Ukraine, where the roads are in poor condition, vehicles are poorly maintained, and drivers and passengers routinely disregard safety and traffic rules. (AP Photo)

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