In Greece, up to fifty people have been injured in a rush-hour train crash. Many of the victims are walking wounded but at least 25 people were seriously injured. The accident happened south of the capital, Athens when a crowded passenger collided with a goods train from the city of Corinth. Authorities say the driver of the commuter train may have saved dozens of lives as he rushed through the carriages warning travellers of the imminent crash. An investigation is now underway into the cause of the accident.
Dozens hurt in Athens train crash