Dozens May Be Dead After Blasts On Bombay Commuter Trains

More than a half-dozen rush hour explosions have rocked commuter trains in Bombay, India, and T-V reports indicate dozens of people may be dead.

Police and Indian media say the blasts tore apart train compartments on one of the world's most crowded transit systems. T-V cameras show the victims sprawled on train tracks and being carried through stations.

Authorities in Bombay -- India's financial center -- and in the capital, New Delhi, are reportedly on high alert.

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