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Yu Cheng-Chung

This photo from Taiwan agency CNA taken on October 31, 2018 shows Yu Cheng-chung (C), driver of the Puyuma Express train that derailed on October 21, kneeling as he is escorted by relatives of victims who died in the accident during a ceremony in a funeral parlour in Taitung, eastern Taiwan. - A train that derailed and killed 18 people in Taiwan was speeding when it flipped off the tracks, a court said on October 23, with the driver suspected of "professional negligence" for switching off a speed control system. (Photo by CNA PHOTO / CNA PHOTO / AFP) / Taiwan OUT - China OUT - Hong Kong OUT - Macau OUT /

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