Taiwan train crash: prosecutors seek arrest warrant over disaster

Taiwan train crash: prosecutors seek arrest warrant over disaster

The Guardian

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President Tsai Ing-wen due to visit survivors on Saturday after 50 people died in worst rail accident in decades

Taiwanese prosecutors have sought an arrest warrant for a construction site manager whose truck is alleged to have caused a train accident in which at least 50 people died.

The crash, Taiwan’s worst rail accident in seven decades, is believed to have happened when an express train hit a truck that had slid down a bank next to the track from a construction site.

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