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China's official Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday that a section of a brand new high-speed railway in Hubei province collapsed after heavy rains. However, the company operating the rail line, the Huhan Hubei Rong Railway Company Limited (沪汉蓉铁路湖北有限公司), quickly denied that there had been a collapse, saying these were "routine improvements in the process of inspection." In an editorial in today's Beijing News, Han Han (韩涵) -- not to be confused with the race car driver and celebrity writer -- questioned the railway company's suggestion these were "routine improvements" and said national safety inspectors needed to move quickly to conduct a full and thorough inspection of the high-speed rail line connecting the cities of Wuhan and Yichang, which was due to open in May.