At least 10 people have been killed and 43 others wounded in a train collision near the city of Magdeburg in eastern Germany, authorities say.
A local passenger train and a goods train collided head-on in the state of Saxony-Anhalt near the city of Magdeburg late on Saturday.
The cause of the crash is still unclear. Some 18 injured passengers are in critical condition. The wreckage caught fire after the collision.
The passenger train, the HarzElbeExpress, was travelling between Magdeburg and Halberstadt.
Several carriages were derailed after the accident near the village of Hordorf at about 2230 (2130 GMT).
"Rescue operations are still ongoing. The death toll may well rise further," said regional police spokesman Frank Kuessner.