Two moving trains has collided in Egypt causing the death of more than 32 people.
The horrific incident happened in the southern province of Sohag on Friday, causing some carriages to derail, Egyptian media said.
The Egyptian Health Ministry said that in addition to the 32 dead, that 108 individuals were injured in the horrific incident.
The Egypt’s rail authority said the collision occurred after unidentified passengers must had “activated emergency brakes in several carriages” in one of the trains.
The second train hit the last carriage of the other, causing at least two carriages to overturn between the stations of Maragha and Tahta.
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi offered condolences to families of the dead. He also vowed that those responsible for the collision would face a “deterrent punishment.”
Egypt’s chief prosecutor Hamada al-Sawy has ordered an immediate investigation into the horrific incident.