Moscow Train Crash: Rescuers Trying to Save People Trapped for Hours

ABC News’ Kirit Radia is in Moscow where at least 20 people were killed when a subway train derailed.
0:57 | 07/15/14

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The entrance of the metro station near where that accident took place you could see schools full. Emergency workers have been watching -- bringing victims out throughout the day now they're going back in the heavy equipment. Try to get the some of the victims and the bodies that have been trapped for hours we're told that at least twenty people are -- some 160 people injured. And the images inside are absolutely horrific. Train -- on train -- mangled metal had smoked throughout the tunnel we're hearing stories of people. Leading their fellow passengers out to safety they don't really know yet exactly why this happened most days of the system is actually one of the older ones in the world. But this line was actually relatively do just a few years old. But the train was going 45 miles per hour when it crashed that's one thing that they want to look into.

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