Italian train derails near Milan, 2 dead

Milan train crash

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A train has derailed near the Italian city of Milan, killing at least three people and injuring more than 100.

At least 13 of the injured are said to be in a serious condition and have been taken to nearby hospitals.

The cause was not immediately clear.

"People were scared, they were shouting "my God, my god, my god", John Eugaosa, a 25-year-old Nigerian working in Milan told AFP.

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The train left Cremona at 5.32am headed for Milano Porta Garibaldi, where it was scheduled to arrive at 7.24am. Rescue crews gingerly climbed through the crushed sides of the cars trying to get to trapped passengers.

Dozens of people were likewise injured less extremely.

Several rail executives, including the former head of Italian railways, were held responsible for poor infrastructure that led to the accident.

A number of rail services in Milan, Italy, have been delayed or suspended in view of the Milan train derailment.

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One of the carriages was lying across the track, bent nearly at a right angle.

Trenord, a local train organization serving the Lombardy area, has a famous reputation among riders.

A statement said: "Service interrupted between Treviglio and Milan due to technical difficulties on an earlier train". In 2016, two trains collided while traveling on a single track in southeast Ppulia region, leaving 23 people dead.

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