Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Wednesday ordered a thorough and transparent investigation into the causes of railway accidents, as a result of a collision between two trains killed at least thirty-nine. The society has already begun unrest because of dissatisfaction with the way the government eliminate the consequences, and investigate causes of the accident.
The facts should be made public, responsible for the catastrophe side should be held accountable, and results of the investigation should be available to the public, Wen said at a Cabinet meeting, according to a press release posted on the official website of the government.
Six carriages came off the rails and four fell down from a height of approximately 20 to 30 feet from a viaduct in the evening July 23, after a train crashed into the back of another, which stopped due to being hit by lightning. More than one hundred and ninety people were injured. The government has initiated two months on Tuesday a campaign to improve the safety of the railway system.
1. Relatives of those killed in train crash in Saturday communicate with the media during a protest in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, Wednesday, July 27, 2011. They held up signs demanding to find out the real causes of the accident.
2. Relatives of victims of a train derailment with portraits of dead relatives and friends blocked the entrance to South Station in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province in eastern China, Wednesday, July 27, 2011.
3. Worker cleans a high-speed train in South Station in Beijing, China, Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
4. In this photo released by China's Xinhua news agency, is raising the derailed train cars near Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province early on the morning of Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
5. In this photo released by China's Xinhua news agency, the train runs along the viaduct, while the lift is derailed car of a train near Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province early on the morning of Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
6. The wreckage of cars prepared for transport to the crash site near Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
7. Handling of parts of destroyed cars, Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
8. Relatives of the victims weep at the funeral home in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Tuesday, July 26, 2011.
9. Tuesday, July 26, 2011. The child looks at people participating in the candlelight vigil in an area of Wenzhou in memory of the victims of a train derailment in Zhejiang province in eastern China.
10. High-speed train passes by the crash site, Monday, July 25, 2011.
12. Raising the destroyed car at the crash site of a train in Wenzhou in Zhejiang province in eastern China, Sunday, July 24, 2011.
13. Excavators are working on-site train crash in Sunday, July 24, 2011.
14. Conducting rescue operations at the crash site of a train on Sunday, 24 July 2011.
15. Preparing to raise the destroyed car, Sunday, July 24, 2011.
18. One of the rescuers pictures of damaged cars.
19. Emergency services and local residents conducted rescue operations and searching for victims under the rubble on Saturday, July 23, 2011.
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