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Pakistan train sabotage

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posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 03:52 PM
The news stated that 600 passengers with 66 dead in Pakistan train crash, (666) then changed it.

Train Crash Was 'Sabotage'
Updated: 14:06, Monday January 30, 2006
A train crash in a remote mountain area of Pakistan is said to have been an act of sabotage.

Several cars toppled off the track and one tumbled 100m to the bottom of a gorge.

Ishaq Khakwani, minister for state for railways, said a section of track had "deliberately been damaged" by unknown men.

He added that tools apparently used for the job had been left at the scene.

A senior security official said plates which connect the rail lines to planks beneath had been removed.

Salimur Rahman Akhund, general manager of operations with Pakistan Railways, said the 10-car diesel train was probably travelling about 37mph when it crashed. skynews

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numerology 100+10+37=111

One survivor, Javed Butt, 30, said he was in the first car when he heard a bang, followed by a strong jolt.

Mr Butt's car remained upright and he was able to walk away from the accident.

About 300 railway workers have been repairing a 300m stretch of track. skynews

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30+300+300=333 or 9 or 333+37-1=666
there is 666 111 333 or 911

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posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 12:48 AM
There has been another train accident in Pakistan. This accident was caused by sabotage as well. There were about 950 passengers on that train. 11 of 14 carridges went off the track. I donĀ“t know how many casualities there are yet.

posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 11:21 AM
Another one... just now

CNN: Fiery train crash in Pakistan

February 10, 2006

Two trains, one carrying oil, collided in southern Pakistan on Friday, derailing several carriages and sparking a fire

the collision happened near the town of Kotri and four wagons of the oil tanker train were on fire.

Rescue and firefighting teams were not yet able to reach the site of the crash, which blocked a rail line linking the southern city of Karachi and the northwestern city of Peshawar

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