The circumstances of the tragedy have not yet been established.
Freight and passenger trains collided near the Greek city of Tempi. 32 people were killed, Greek fire service spokesman Vassilis Vartakoyannis said.
85 people were injured, 25 of them are in serious condition. The circumstances of the tragedy have not yet been established. It is known that the incident occurred at Evangelismos station.
Updated: The collision of trains could have occurred due to breakdowns in the automatic warning system. This was announced by the President of the Federation of Engineers of the Organization of Hellenic Railways Kostas Genidunias.
Three carriages of a passenger train derailed and then a fire started. According to Iefimerida, both trains ended up on the same track for some unknown reason. The passenger train was heading from Athens to Thessaloniki, and the commercial train was traveling from Thessaloniki to Athens.
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The first two carriages of the passenger train were completely destroyed, said Thessaly Governor Kostas Agorastos. There were at least 350 people on the train.