Salvage teams tow derailed Taiwan train after deadly accident

Salvage teams begin removing mangled train carriages after Taiwan's worst rail disaster in decades killed at least 50 people. Officials said Friday's devastating collision was caused when a parked railway maintenance vehicle slipped down an embankment and onto the tracks. A train packed with as many as 500 people at the start of a long holiday weekend then hit the truck just as it entered a narrow tunnel near the eastern coastal city of Hualien.