No less than 10 dead, handfuls harmed in train crash in southern Italy


Ten individuals have been murdered and handfuls more harmed in a head-on crash including two traveler trains in southern Italy, reports say.

The two trains were on a solitary track line at the season of the accident, between the waterfront towns of Bari and Barletta.

Crisis administrations are attempting to free travelers from the destroyed carriages close to the town of Andria.

"I think there are some dead," nearby fire detachment officer Riccardo Zingaro told Rai TV.

A portion of the carriages were seriously harmed, he said.

One of those safeguarded from the destruction was a little youngster who was transported to healing facility.