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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
Vox populi A person who is (psychologically) stressed ‘to the max’

train wreck

Medtalk A popular term for a multiproblem Pt in critical condition
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A train crashed into a barrier in Cairo's main train station Wednesday, causing its fuel tank to explode.
CAIRO -- 28 February 2019: The number of victims who died after a blaze broke out due to a train crash in Cairo's Ramses Railway Station has risen to 22 after an ambulance driver died from his injuries.
The widow of a Union Pacific engineer who died in a train crash in southern Wyoming has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company.
EST - According to the latest update, four people were confirmed dead in the train crash at Mountain View, Pretoria.
Fifty-four people were injured on Friday in a train crash at a station in the Austrian city of Salzburg, but there were no serious injuries, Austrian Federal Railways (OeBB) said.
The post Death toll in South Africa train crash rises to 14 appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
AT LEAST one person was killed and more than 100 injured when a crowded rushhour commuter train crashed through a barrier at a busy station in New Jersey and lurched across the waiting area, authorities said.
Emergency officials arrive by helicopter at Pier A Park near the Hoboken Terminal following a train crash Thursday in Hoboken, N.J.
Investigating prosecutor Wolfgang Giese said: "Had he behaved properly and dutifully, the train crash wouldn't have happened."
AN appeal has been launched to provide a permanent tribute to the six people who died in a train crash at Nuneaton 40 years ago.
In a separate incident, an explosive device went off along a railroad near Suez leading to a train crash, state-owned Al-Ahram reported.