Two passenger trains have derailed in India, killing at least 24 people and injuring hundreds more.
The trains crashed as they tried to cross a bridge near the town of Harda, which had partially collapsed after a flash flood.
A number of carriages fell into the river below.
"I was sleeping and suddenly I felt a jolt," survivor Manoj Mongi told the Hindustan Times.
"I woke up and saw that all the passengers were screaming and running. I came out. I saw three women floating, but I could not save them."
More than 300 people were rescued.