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Thursday, June 4, 1998 Published at 00:28 GMT 01:28 UK


World: Europe

Pictures from the crash scene

Rescue workers stand on carriages in search of survivors

Images from the scene of Wednesday's train crash in Eschede in northern Germany in which more than 100 people were killed and many more injured.


[ image: An aerial view shows the extent of the destruction]
An aerial view shows the extent of the destruction


[ image: A part of the train's wrecked undercarriage remains on the track]
A part of the train's wrecked undercarriage remains on the track


[ image: Rescuers carry away a passenger on a stretcher]
Rescuers carry away a passenger on a stretcher


[ image: The train was travelling at 200km/h (120mph) when it derailed and struck a road bridge]
The train was travelling at 200km/h (120mph) when it derailed and struck a road bridge


[ image: A crane lifts part of the wreckage from the tracks]
A crane lifts part of the wreckage from the tracks





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