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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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The scene after the Clapham train crash in 1988 in which 35 people died
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.
19 dead and 120 injured were injured by Badrashin train crash as a carriage derailed and hit a goods train parked at a storage depot, of new Central Security Forces recruits from Upper Egypt on their way to Cairo from Assiut.
Now, there is yesterday's train crash, which happened in the Giza suburb of Badrashin, killing 17 conscripts on their way to camp and injuring 134 others.
NETWORK Rail was fined pounds 4 million yesterday over safety failures in the lead-up to the fatal Grayrigg train crash.
NETWORK Rail has been fined pounds 4m over safety failures in the lead-up to the fatal Grayrigg train crash.
NETWORK Rail was fined pounds 4m over safety failures in the lead-up to the fatal Grayrigg train crash.
NETWORK Rail is facing an unlimited fine after its lawyers said they would plead guilty to health and safety breaches leading up to the fatal Grayrigg train crash.
Buenos Aires, Feb 23 ( ANI ): At least 49 people have been killed and over 600 injured a train crash in Argentina.
A train crash last October killed 18 people - the latest in a string of disasters that have plagued the Middle East andrsquo;s largest railway network for the past two decades.
Summary: Egypt's transportation minister Mohammed Mansur resigned on Tuesday following a train crash that killed 18 people earlier this week
Summary: Egypt's transportation minister Mohammed Mansur resigned on Tuesday over a train crash that killed 18 people earlier this week, the official news agency MENA reported.