killed in bus, train crash in Cuba
HAVANA, Oct 7 (AP) - A bus collided with
a train in eastern Cuba, killing at least
28 people and injuring another 73, including
15 reported to be in critical condition,
state television said late Saturday.
The collision occurred in a small town
in the province of Granma at a railroad
crossing, and the train dragged the bus
before the bus fell below a bridge.
Authorities were still investigating the
cause of the accident, which occurred shortly
before noon Saturday about 500 miles east
of Havana, according to a statement read
on the nightly newscast.