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Chinese state media say bullet train derails


BEIJING—A Chinese news agency says two cars from a high-speed train derailed and fell off a bridge but there is no immediate word on casualties.

The official Xinhua News Agency said the cars derailed in Wenzhou city in Zhejiang province about 8:30 p.m. (1230 GMT) on Saturday.

It says rescue personnel are rushing to the scene but that details on casualties are not known.


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  • Anonymous

    ha ha ha… i told you so… made in chinks…poor quality!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_AMI4YW3TXJORQNZH34UC7QF2SE andy

    China will be humbled by its own ambitions.   By its size, China will scatter into tiny pieces… and then nothing…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_C5RLWOY26ACBYCLHUEEJQ2ADVQ K Fun

      I doubt it Andy.  There are always some snags in every big endeavor.  Space missions, airplanes, boats, etc.  ever heard of no-accidents in these endeavours?  This accident will just make the chinese realize that their bullet train needs adjustment to make it better.

      • Anonymous

        China has ZERO innovation and that’s the real problem. It’s only copying and copying, stealing copyrighted inventions, no originality. They are not problem solvers nor take up unknown challenges.

  • Anonymous

    Accidents do happen. Besides, the report is short and inconclusive.

  • Anonymous

    Well, it’s made under the supervision of the Chinese Communist Party, so what can you expect? Let’s see how their aircrap carrier works.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UOVXHRXWDYPTBKNF5YTIAPVUKM Lee Soleil

    Fake kasi ang bullet train nila, puro lang kopya..wala naman sila na  inbento.. chinese products is fake..

    • Anonymous

      that is so true.. after learning from their foreign country “partners”, they immediately sack them and mass produce the blueprints obtained. i guess it is no different from how some chinoys do business as well. shrewd and a bit on the ruthless side. anyway, business is business after all.

  • Anonymous

    Accidents happens. Besides the report is inconclusive as to the cause of the derailment.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MAVNEFXUT5OTDLRSUXPQST6SUI catmanjohn

    The derailment of China’s high speed train, with all their nationalistic pomp and self glorification, shows what a paper tiger they really are, concerning the level of quality in their high technology, which has always been doubtful. They trumpeted plans for their naval subs to dive to 5,000 meters, but then just hours before, they scrapped their plans due to technical malfunctions. Imagine what a catastrophe they would create if they were given the gas and oil drilling partnership off of Palawan. They would make a disastrous mess. Let’s make sure the U.S. or the Australians gets those drilling rights. Sorry to say, but let’s hope this accident will humble the Chinese, and make them not be so overbearing with their ambitions and flawed technologies.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TWQBN34KAOVSLUTI7EVSW3BSN4 Joseph Saint

    That’s karma for you, you focking land thief….

  • http://www.facebook.com/titobobot Tito Bobot

    What do you expect its made in China. 



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