LA train crash

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Rescue crews use heavy equipment to dismantle the damaged trains and continue to search for survivors at the site of a train crash Sept. 13 in Chatsworth, California. At least 24 people including a police officer are confirmed dead so far and about 135 of the 225 passengers were injured. Firefighters are still searching for survivors, and finding and recovering the dead. It is reportedly the worst train disaster in Metrolink history. (Getty Images)
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Rescue crews continue to search for survivors at the site of the train crash in which the commuter Metrolink train collided head-on with a freight train the previous afternoon. (Getty Images)
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Rescue crews continue to search for survivors at the site of the train crash. (Getty Images)
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A group of medical personnel remove a body from the site of the train crash. (Getty Images)
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Firefighters recover a body from the wreckage of the train. (Getty Images)
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Firefighters search for survivors in the wreckage of the train. (Getty Images)
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Firefighters look on immediately after a body fell from the wreckage of the train. (Getty Images)
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A fire erupts as workers try to clear the wreckage of the train. (Getty Images)
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Firefighters recover a body from the wreckage of the train. (Getty Images)
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California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks to the media after visiting the site of the train crash. (Getty Images)
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