15 people unaccounted for following Free State train crash

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Passenger Rail Agency South Africa (PRASA) inspectors look at derailed train carriages after an accident near Kroonstad in the Free State.

Passenger Rail Agency South Africa (PRASA) inspectors look at derailed train carriages after an accident near Kroonstad in the Free State.

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Passenger Rail Agency South Africa (PRASA) inspectors look at derailed train carriages after an accident near Kroonstad in the Free State.

Passenger Rail Agency South Africa (PRASA) inspectors look at derailed train carriages after an accident near Kroonstad in the Free State.

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KROONSTAD - Shosholoza Meyl has confirmed that 15 people are still missing following last week&39;s train crash in the Free State.

Families will continue identifying bodies at a mortuary in Kroonstad which was closed over the weekend.

Nineteen people died in the crash and dozens were injured.

Rail agency Prasa says it will meet with families on Monday.