Trains collide in southern Egypt, killing at least 32
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Two trains collided on Friday in southern Egypt, causing three passenger cars to flip over, killing at least 32 people and leaving at least 66 injured...
CAIRO (AP) — , health authorities said.

Dozens of ambulances rushed to the scene in the southern province of Sohag, according to a statement by Egypt's heath ministry. At least 50 wounded were transferred to four nearby hospitals.

Egypt's Railway Authorities issued another statement saying the accident happened when someone activated the emergency brakes of a passenger train that had been headed to the Mediterranean city of Alexandria. The breaks caused it to stop abruptly and be struck from behind by another incoming train. The collision caused two cars from the first train to flip over.

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