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The remains of a bus lay next to a railway train at the site of an accident outside the town of Marhanets, Ukraine, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010. The crowded passenger bus collided with a train in eastern Ukraine Tuesday, killing 40 people and leaving 11 in critical condition, police said. The Interior Ministry said that the collision occurred outside the town of Marhanets in the Dnipropetrovsk region after the bus attempted to cross the track, ignoring a siren that indicated an oncoming train. Thirty-seven people from the bus died on the spot and another person died later in the hospital. There were no injuries reported on the train.(AP Photo/Emergency Situations Ministry)

The remains of a bus lay next to a railway train at the site of an accident outside the town of Marhanets, Ukraine, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010. The crowded passenger bus collided with a train in eastern Ukraine Tuesday, killing 40 people and leaving 11 in critical condition, police said. The Interior Ministry said that the collision occurred outside the town of Marhanets in the Dnipropetrovsk region after the bus attempted to cross the track, ignoring a siren that indicated an oncoming train. Thirty-seven people from the bus died on the spot and another person died later in the hospital. There were no injuries reported on the train.(AP Photo/Emergency Situations Ministry)

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