At Least 20 Dead in Moscow Subway Train Derailment

The deadly accident occurred when an alarm caused the train to stop abruptly.
1:03 | 07/15/14

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Now to that breaking news in Russia, the deadly subway derailment. Passengers still trapped at this hour after several cars left the track during rush hour in Moscow. This report from ABC's kirit radio coming from the scene. Reporter: This was a commuter's nightmare. Thousands on their way to work at the height of the morning rush hour when the train derailed. You can see it behind me. They've been pulling people out all day. The death toll, at least 16 people with over 100 people injured. The images we've been seeing are horrific. Cars piled up on cars with twisted metal and smoke everywhere and amid all this chaos we've been hearing stories of heroism. There are no reports of terrorism. Russian authorities say three cars derailed after a power surge caused the train to stop abruptly. The station where the crash occurred is one of the deepest in the subway system making rescue efforts even that much more challenging. We your honor to the crisis

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