JAKARTA (AFP) - Fourteen people were killed and more than a dozen injured Sunday when a train slammed into a minibus on a level crossing in the Indonesian province of Central Java, reports said. At around 10:20 am (0320 GMT) the train sped through a crossing with a missing safety gate and hit the minibus carrying 35 people, dragging it for a hundred metres, news website Detiknews.com reported. The victims were taken to hospitals, railways spokesman Eko Budiyanto was quoted as saying by the Kompas website. A police spokesperson was not immediately available for comment. Deadly accidents are common at level crossings in Indonesia, many of which are poorly maintained, especially in densely populated Java island.