HAVANA, Oct 7 (Reuters) A train slammed into a bus in southeastern Cuba today, killing at least 28 people and injuring more than 70 others in one of the deadliest such crashes in years, Cuban state television reported.
At least 15 people were in critical condition, according to the report. The injured were taken to hospitals.
State television reported yesterday that the train traveling from Santiago to Manzanillo in Granma province collided with the bus about 500 miles southeast of Havana.
Authorities were investigating what might have caused the accident, state television said.
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