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Four killed in Chian road crash

Beijing, Feb 27 (IANS) At least four people were killed and 13 injured, seven of them seriously, in a road accident in China's Guizhou province, authorities said.

Feb 26 2013, 5:03pm CST | by

Four killed in Chian road crash
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Beijing, Feb 27 — At least four people were killed and 13 injured, seven of them seriously, in a road accident in China's Guizhou province, authorities said.

The accident occurred Tuesday morning when a motor tricycle fell into a deep trench in Liupanshui city, Xinhua quoted the city government as saying. It took place as the tricycle, meant to carry four people, was carrying 18 passengers.

The accident's cause was yet to be ascertained.

-- Indo-Asian News Service

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