On April 3, rescuers removed part of the derailed train in a tunnel north of Hualien County in eastern Taiwan.
In the mourning of a train accident near G Valley in Taroko, Hualien, Taiwan, a woman wept as the family of the victim.
Taiwan investigators inspected the wreckage of a yellow truck that the authorities suspected had hit the train.
Workers helped demolish the damaged train carriage.
The relatives of the victims who died on the derailed train prayed at the scene of the accident.
A woman burns money for a victim of a train derailment.
Hualien County has a panoramic view of the mountains, where rescuers are picking up the derailed train.
The workers tried to remove the derailed train.
On Friday, April 2, rescuers worked at the scene of a train derailment in a tunnel in eastern Taiwan.
Emergency personnel gathered near the tunnel.
Part of the train wreck can be seen in the tunnel.
One of the emergency rescuers rested near the scene of the derailed train.
The bird’s-eye view shows rescuers working at the scene.
Members of the Tzu Chi Foundation paid tribute to the rescuers at the Xincheng Railway Station for transferring the bodies of the victims.
The victim’s family used mobile phones at the crash site.
The passengers were seen walking through the tunnel with rescuers.
Rescuers moved the victim’s body at the Xincheng Railway Station.
The bird’s-eye view shows rescuers at the scene.
Emergency workers move body bags inside the train.
It can be seen that a derailed train was blocked near the Toroko Gorge area.
This picture, made through a video posted by hsnews.com.tw, helped passengers leave the train.
Passengers came out of the tunnel where the train derailed.
Rescuers are working at the scene.
Emergency workers assisted the survivors during the evacuation of the derailed train.
Emergency personnel were seen in the tunnel next to the wreckage of the train.