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Wenzhou train incident: Gov't responds to Internet missing list

08-08-2011 13:31 BJT

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A list of 29 people still missing after the July 23rd train collision in east China's Wenzhou city has appeared on the Internet. The Ministry of Railways has now responded to the list after checking real-name information from train tickets.

Having completed its investigation, the ministry says 20 of the 29 people on the list were not on either of the trains, and one had already got off at Wuxi Station in China's southeast Jiangsu Province.

Three more were already on the previously disclosed list of 40 victims, while the final five were on the list of injured. Of those, one has left hospital, while the other four are still receiving treatment.

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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