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> The mangled wreckage of a train that derailed in Northern India early Wednesday morning, injuring more than 70 people. Some in critical condition. Rescuers have rushed victims to local hospitals. Officials say the train hit a dump truck which had overturned on the tracks in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The collision, derailing ten coaches and the engine. It's the state's second train accident in less than a week. 23 people were killed and more than a hundred wounded when a train jumped the tracks over the weekend. India's rail network is the fourth largest in the world. But overcrowding and aging infrastructure also make it one of the most dangerous.
Wednesday's crash is the country's fifth major rail accident this year.