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The death toll in Japan's worst train crash in four decades topped the 100 mark on Thursday, with the discovery of four more bodies - bringing the death toll to 101, the fire department said.
Rescue workers crawling through the most mangled remains of the train wreck found the bodies of two men and two women, said a fire department official in the western city of Amagasaki.
He said 56 men and 45 women had been confirmed dead and that rescue operations would continue until any possible survivors from Monday's crash were found. AFP/ABC Online
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