4 died, dozens injured in train-charter bus crash

4 died, dozens injured in train-charter bus crash

In the United States, at least four people died and dozens were injured when a train crashed into a charter bus in the southern state of Mississippi, authorities said. Police chief John Miller said at a news conference that the crash occurred yesterday at a railroad crossing in the Gulf Coast city of Biloxi. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App

Three people died at the scene and a fourth person died later, fire chief Joe Boney told the local media. Of the 43 people on the bus, 35 were injured. http://bit.ly/Clipper28App

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