Three people have died and dozens more are injured after two trains collided in east Belgium late Sunday night (local time).
The crash between a passenger train, which was carrying 40 people, and a freight train, occurred at around 11pm.
The Saint-Georges-sur-Meuse district's mayor, Françis Dejon, told local media three people were killed in the crash and 40 others were injured.
Two of the passenger train's six carriages were derailed when it collided with the back of the freight train, according to Belgian rail company SNCB.
Mr Dejon described the crash as "very violent" and one passenger said the scene was "chaos", with the front carriage turned completely on its side.
It's understood all passengers were freed from the wreckage by 2am.
An investigation into the cause of the collision is underway.