TRAIN COLLISION IN SOUTHERN ITALY LEAVES OVER 15 DEAD


Two trains involved in a head-on collision near Andria in Southern Italy, leaving at least 15 people dead and about a dozen others injured.
According to reports, the line has only a single track, so the crash is probably due to either signalling error or a mistake by one of the drivers.


      "This is a moment for tears in which we need to work to recover the victims and wounded. We will not stop until we know what happened" - Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said.






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