Indian rescue personnel conduct recovery operations on the mangled wreckage of train coaches following a railway accident in Sainthia, some 260 kms north of from Kolkata, on July 19, 2010. A speeding express rammed into the back of a stationary passenger train in eastern India, killing at least 57 people and trapping others in several badly mangled carriages. The standing train was waiting to leave Sainthia station in Birbhum district, 260 kilometres (160 miles) north of the West Bengal state capital Kolkata, when the express slammed into its rear.
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