At least 12 killed as two trains collide in southern Italy

By admin
12 July 2016

Italy’s prime minister, Matteo Renzi, said the collision between two trains in which 12 people have died so far is “a moment of tears”.

The two trains collided in Puglia, in the south of Italy, at 11.30 am. Emergency services are currently freeing people from the wreckage.

According to reports in Italian media 12 people have been confirmed dead so far and many are injured.

The accident happened between the town Corato and Andria.

The scene of the accident from the air. Every train engine had four carriages. The two trains collided on a single train track.

The cause of the accident is not yet known.

Sources: rt.com, independent.co.uk, reuters.com, mailonline.com

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