Public Transportation Disasters
Train carrying Malaysia jet victims completes its halting journey
At least 200 bodies from downed jet arrive in Ukraine-controlled city

A train carrying the bodies of at least 200 victims from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrived in the government-controlled Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Tuesday afternoon, bringing some relief to their families five days after the plane was downed. Dutch specialists said they had recorded 200 bodies in their inspection of the train and would continue their work Wednesday. Volodymyr Groysman, the Ukrainian official in charge of the crash site, said the train held 282 bodies and 87 body parts. A total of 298 people were on board when the plane was shot down Thursday on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. On Wednesday, the first group of bodies will be flown on a Dutch military...