burning train

burning train

[′bər·niŋ ‚trān]
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HUNDREDS of commuters fled a burning train when a fire broke out on it while it travelled through Warwickshire yesterday morning.
COMMUTERS were forced to sit on a burning train for four hours after the engine caught fire.
The fact that police were calmly investigating the road-track intersection about 200 meters from the burning train cars indicated that the cargo on fire was not toxic.
However the only action sequence we see is the transfer of passengers to a parallel locomotive - similar to a sequence in The Burning Train (1980).
Following the railway catastrophe of 2002, when several hundred people died trapped inside a burning train, my friend asked whether I'd heard about the man buying a third class ticket to Upper Egypt.
showed high rising flames coming out of the burning train.
Emerging from the flames, the boys hurried away from the burning train, through the woods, and into a clearing.
He rates the climax scene - a lethal cocktail of helicopter hopping and diving into a burning train - as the most nerve-wracking stunt that he pulled off.
Firefighters tackle a burning train after it hit a mine east of Georgia's strategic central city of Gori
A disaster last year which killed more than a hundred passengers on a burning train in Egypt drove home the need for a safety system.
Kim Bok-sun, 45, said her missing daughter, 21-year-old Kang Yeon-ju, was on the burning train and had phoned her in panic.
Anne Farthing, 49, saw the burning train from her flat near the station.