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Indonesian train derailed after floods

Flood-damaged equipment caused a train to slip off its tracks in Jakarta, stranding hundreds of passengers, a report said. The diesel train was derailed only 60 metres (yards) after leaving the Tanah Abang station heading for Rangkasbitung about 60 kilometres (37 miles) southwest of here, state news-agency Antara reported. There were no injuries. “Some of the railway company’s equipment was inundated by the recent big floods … we are still using emergency equipment until full repairs are completed,” state-owned train operator spokesman Ahmad Sujadi said. Full Story

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