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Medspeak A popular term for a multi-problem patient in critical condition
Public safety Train disaster A railroad accident—e.g., derailment, collision—involving one or more trains, that results in injury or death
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train wreck

Medtalk A popular term for a multiproblem Pt in critical condition
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Johannesburg [South Africa], Jan 9 ( ANI ): At least 200 persons were injured on Tuesday morning in a train crash on the outskirts of Johannesburg, according to country's emergency response group.
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Emergency officials arrive by helicopter at Pier A Park near the Hoboken Terminal following a train crash Thursday in Hoboken, N.
Chris Christie confirmed one fatality related to the NJ Transit train crash, according to (http://www.
Investigating prosecutor Wolfgang Giese said: "Had he behaved properly and dutifully, the train crash wouldn't have happened.
The train crash occurred on Saturday night near the city of Ghent, when a train traveling from the Netherlands was switching tracks and several cars tipped over and ended on their sides.
Cairo: An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced three rail employees to two years in prison each for a deadly train crash that occurred four months ago, judicial sources said.
Summary: A survivor of a train crash in Portugal which left carriages smashed and piled on top of one another has spoken about the ordeal.
The budget of the railway sector is increased by President Mohamed Morsi for purchasing new carriages and to keep up with routine maintenance following the Badrashin train crash Monday.
Nearly four years later, in October 2009, Mansour had to resign in the aftermath of another deadly train crash.
Summary: President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a cable to Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi, expressing his heart-felt condolences on victims of a train crash in Assiut, in which tens of school children were killed and injured.