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Rescue teams work inside the tunnel where a rush-hour subway train derailed. (AP Photo/Russian Emergency Situation Ministry)

A Moscow Metro subway train derailed during the morning rush hour, killing at least 20 people and injuring more than 150, reports The Independent. So far, the rescue operation has lasted for over seven hours, as the train derailed underground between two stations. Russian officials are reporting that they have evacuated 1,100 passengers from the derailed train.

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