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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • For more morbidity, they have a list sorted by death toll [wikipedia.org] too. Notice that with typical wikipedia consistency, one of them is British crashes and one is UK crashes, although as far as I can tell the "UK" list doesn't contain any in that ghastly little province that we don't really want.
    • by kudra (4364) on 2006.11.12 4:00 (#51586) Journal
      I found this about a month ago, during a discussion with Penguin on the safety of Dutch trains versus UK trains.

      There was also a nice listing of all historic train accidents, which I found rather interesting, because it reveals how people felt about engineering then (rather similar to how many companies view software development these days).