Two subway trains collided during morning rush hour Tuesday in Rome, killing one person and injuring about 60 people, Italian news reports said.
The ANSA news agency said one body was pulled from the rubble, while about 60 were reported injured, including 15 in serious condition.
Ambulances, firefighters and rescue teams rushed to the subway station in central Rome. The area was cordoned off.
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