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Lawyer Michel Bertin, representing the state-owned railway company... News PhotoAllinges,City,Courthouse,Crash,Document,France,French Culture,Government,Haute-Savoie,Horizontal,Law,Lawyer,Legal Trial,Opening Event,Railroad Track,Representing,SNCF,School Bus,Town,Train - Vehicle,Train CrashPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPLawyer Michel Bertin, representing the state-owned railway company SNCF, sorts documents on April 3, 2013 during a recess in the courthouse of the Alpine city of Thonon-les-Bains after the opening of the trial into the June 2, 2008 collision of a school bus and a train at a railway crossing in the eastern French town of Allinges. School bus driver Jean-Jacques Prost, the state-owned railway company SNCF and rail operator Reseau Ferre de France are charged with involuntary homicides after a train hit the school bus carrying teenagers, killing seven students and wounding 25. One of the teachers, who survived the crash, later committed suicide. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT (Photo credit should read JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT/AFP/Getty Images)