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UP to 15 people have been killed in a train collision in Los Angeles, the city's mayor said today.
rAntonio Villaraigosa said the latest figures showed between 10 and 15 dead and 50 to 60 injured in the collision between a passenger train and a freight train near the town of Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley.
“That's probably the most serious train wreck to occur here in a very long time," Mr Villaraigosa said.
Firefighters battled a fire under part of the wreckage and pulled passengers from the commuter car, which was partly torn open.
The accident happened about about 4.30pm (9.30am AEST).
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