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More bodies found after Quebec train disaster in Canada
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Four more bodies have been brought out of the ruins following the train disaster in Quebec a week ago.

Canadian police say 28 bodies have now been found in Lac-Mégantic. More than 20 other people are missing, presumed dead.

The runaway train carrying dozens of wagons of crude oil rolled downhill gathering speed until it struck the town and exploded.

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