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Workers in southern Poland have been bringing heavy equipment to the scene of a head-on train collision that killed 15 people and injured 56 others in the country's worst rail disaster in more than 20 years.
The two express trains, carrying an estimated 350 passengers in 10 carriages, were heading in opposite directions on the same track when they crashed at high speed in a rural area near the small town of Szczekociny on Saturday night.