Train-minibus collision kills 14 in Indonesia
Fourteen people were killed and dozens others wounded after a mini bus collided with a train in Klaten of Central Java on Sunday, Xinhua reported.
The collision occurred at 10:35 a.m (0335 GMT), when a Yogyakarta-Surakarta train slammed into a minibus, which was carrying 35 passengers to attend a wedding ceremony, at an illegal rail crossing in Klaten, the Jakarta Post reported.
The train pushed the bus up to over 20 meters, local TV quoted a survivor as saying.
All surviving victims had been transferred to nearby hospitals, said Eko Budiyanto, spokesperson of state-owned railway company PT KAI for Yogyakarta area.